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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “high school”

high school

noun [C]
 
 
(informal high) a school in the US for children aged from 14 to 18, or from 16 to 18 if there is also a junior high school
(美國14至18歲或16至18歲學生就讀的)中學,高中
Diane goes to Santa Ana High.
戴安娜在聖安娜高中上學。
Types of school
in the UK and Australia, sometimes used in the names of schools for children aged from 11 to 18
(英國和澳大利亞有時用來指11至18歲學生就讀的)中學
Types of school
(Definition of high school from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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