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education

noun [U, no plural]
 
 
/ˌedʒʊˈkeɪʃən/
B1 the process of teaching and learning in a school or college, or the knowledge that you get from this: More money should be spent on education. We expect a good standard of education for our children.Knowing and learning
educational adjective B2 providing education, or relating to education: the educational system Knowing and learning educationally adverb →  See also further education , higher education
Translations of “education”
in Korean 교육…
in Arabic تَرْبِية, ثَقافة…
in Portuguese educação, ensino…
in Catalan educació, ensenyament…
in Japanese 教育…
in Italian istruzione, educazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 教育, 受教育獲得的知識…
in Russian образование…
in Turkish eğitim öğretim, tahsil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 教育, 受教育获得的知识…
in Polish edukacja, oświata, wykształcenie…
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