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thesis

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈθiːsɪs/ ( plural theses /ˈθiːsiːz/)
WRITING B2 a long piece of writing that you do as part of an advanced university course: a master's/PhD thesisPapers and compositionsOfficial documentsSchool and vocational qualifications
IDEA formal a theory that is suggested and can then be argued with or agreed with: That is the central thesis of the book.Topics and areas of interest
Translations of “thesis”
in Arabic أطروحة…
in Korean 학위 논문…
in Malaysian tesis…
in French thèse…
in Turkish tez, sav, iddia…
in Italian tesi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 論文, 論題,命題, 論點…
in Russian диссертация, тезис…
in Polish praca, rozprawa, teza…
in Vietnamese luận văn, luận án…
in Spanish tesis…
in Portuguese tese…
in Thai วิทยานิพนธ์…
in German die Dissertation…
in Catalan tesi…
in Japanese (大学の)論文…
in Indonesian tesis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 论文, 论题,命题, 论点…
(Definition of thesis from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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