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academic

adjective     /ˌækəˈdemɪk/
EDUCATION
B2 related to education, schools, universities, etc eğitime ilişkin, akademik academic ability/standards It's the start of the academic year.Knowing and learning
SUBJECTS
related to subjects which involve thinking and studying and not technical or practical skills teknik ve pratik becerilerden çok düşünce ve çalışmayı içeren konulara ilişkin academic subjects Knowing and learning
CLEVER
clever and good at studying zeki ve eğitimde iyi, eğitime düşkün Knowing and learning
NOT REAL
If what someone says is academic, it has no purpose because it relates to a situation that does not exist. soyut, kuramsal, pratiğe dayanmayan The whole discussion is academic since management won't even listen to us.Things of little importance
academically adverb
akademik açıdan
(Definition of academic adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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