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prospectus

noun [C]
 
 
/prəˈspek.təs/
a document giving details of a college, school or business and its activities
(學校或企業的)簡介,簡章
I picked up a really impressive prospectus for Shirley Heath Junior School.
我取了一份雪利‧希思小學的簡介,裡面的介紹十分令人心動。
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Translations of “prospectus”
in Russian проспект, каталог…
in Turkish broşür, tanıtım kitapçığı, prospektüs…
in Chinese (Simplified) (学校或企业的)简介,章程…
in Polish informator…
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