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the International Baccalaureatenoun [S]

uk   /ɪn.təˌnæʃ.ən.əl bæk.əˈlɔː.ri.ət/  us   /ɪn.t̬ɚˌnæʃ.ən.əl bæk.əˈlɔːr.i.ət/ (abbreviation IB) trademark
a set of exams in several subjects taken by students around the age of 18 or 19 in many different countries as a qualification for going to university
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