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school of thoughtnoun [C]

us   /ˈskul əv ˈθɔt/
a set of ideas or opinions about a matter that are shared by a group of people: There are two schools of thought on reducing unemployment.
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in Chinese (Simplified) 流派,派系,学派…
in Turkish görüş, teori, ekol…
in Russian направление, школа…
in Chinese (Traditional) 流派,派系,學派…
in Polish teoria, szkoła (naukowa)…
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