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prep school

noun [C]
 
 
in Britain, a private school (= a school paid for by parents not the government) for children, especially boys, between the ages of 7 and 13, who will then usually go to public school and in the US, a private school for children over the age of 11, which prepares them to go to college
預備學校(在英國通常指為進入公學作準備的私立學校,所收學生為7至13歲的兒童,尤指男孩;在美國指為11歲以上的孩子上大學而準備的私立學校)
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