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Translation of "scholar" - English-Spanish dictionary

scholar

noun   /ˈskɒl·ər/
someone who has studied a subject and knows a lot about it erudito, -a a legal scholar
(Definition of scholar from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

scholar

noun /ˈskolə/
a person of great knowledge and learning erudito a fine classical scholar.
a person who has been awarded a scholarship becario As a scholar, you will not have to pay college fees.
scholarly adjective
having or showing knowledge erudito, estudioso a scholarly person a scholarly book.
scholarliness noun
erudición the impressive scholarliness of this work.
scholarship noun
knowledge and learning erudición a man of great scholarship.
money awarded to a good student to enable him to go on with further studies beca She was awarded a travel scholarship.
(Definition of scholar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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