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Italian translation of “public school”

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public school

noun
 
/ˌpʌb·lɪk ˈskuːl/
in the UK, a school that you pay to go to
scuola privata nel Regno Unito
( UK state school) in the US, a school that is free to go to because the government provides the money for it
scuola statale
(Definition of public school from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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