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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “grammar school”

grammar school

noun [C]
 
 
a British school, especially in the past, for children aged 11-18 who are good at studying. In America, especially in the past, it is a school for children aged 5-12 or 5-14.
(尤指舊時英國11到18歲學習優秀的學生上的)文法學校;(尤指舊時美國5到12或者5到14歲學生所上的)小學
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(Definition of grammar school from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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