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thesis

noun   /ˈθiː·sɪs/ ( plural theses /ˈθiː·siːz/)
a long piece of writing that you do as part of an advanced university course tesis I’m writing my thesis on Spanish literature.
(Definition of thesis from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

thesis

noun /ˈθiːsis/ ( plural theses /-siːz/)
a long written essay, report etc, often done for a university degree tesis a doctoral thesis He is writing a thesis on the works of John Milton.
(Definition of thesis from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “thesis”
in Korean 학위 논문…
in Arabic أطروحة…
in Malaysian tesis…
in French thèse…
in Russian диссертация, тезис…
in Chinese (Traditional) 論文, 論題,命題, 論點…
in Italian tesi…
in Turkish tez, sav, iddia…
in Polish praca, rozprawa, teza…
in Vietnamese luận văn, luận án…
in Portuguese tese…
in Thai วิทยานิพนธ์…
in German die Dissertation…
in Catalan tesi…
in Japanese (大学の)論文…
in Chinese (Simplified) 论文, 论题,命题, 论点…
in Indonesian tesis…
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