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"curriculum" in British English

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curriculumnoun [C]

uk   us   /kəˈrɪk.jʊ.ləm/ (plural curricula or curriculums)
B1 the ​subjectsstudied in a ​school, ​college, etc. and what each ​subjectincludes: the ​school curriculum

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  • Maths is an ​intrinsicpart of the ​school curriculum.
  • The Romans aren't on this year's curriculum.
  • She ​demanded to ​see the school's curriculum.
curricular
adjective uk   /-lər/  us   /-lɚ/
(Definition of curriculum from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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curriculumnoun [C]

 us   /kəˈrɪk·jə·ləm/ (plural curricula  /kəˈrɪk·jə·lə/ or curriculums)
all the ​courses given in a ​school, ​college, etc., or a ​particularcourse of ​study in one ​subject
(Definition of curriculum from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “curriculum”
in Korean 교육과정…
in Arabic مَنهَج دِراسي…
in Malaysian kurikulum…
in French programme (des études)…
in Russian программа (учебная)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 課程…
in Italian curriculum…
in Turkish öğretim/müfredat programı/izlencesi…
in Polish program (nauczania)…
in Spanish currículum…
in Vietnamese các môn học hoặc khóa học ở trường đại học…
in Portuguese currículo (escolar)…
in Thai หลักสูตร…
in German der Lehrplan…
in Catalan pla d’estudis…
in Japanese カリキュラム…
in Chinese (Simplified) 课程…
in Indonesian program, kurikulum…
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