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Translation of "educate" - English-Spanish dictionary

educate

verb   /ˈedʒ·ʊ·keɪt/ ( present participle educating, past tense and past participle educated)
to teach someone at a school or college educar, instruir She was educated at the Perse School.
to give people information about something educar Children must be educated about the dangers of smoking.
(Definition of educate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

educate

verb /ˈedjukeit/
to train and teach educar, formar He was educated at a private school.
educated adjective
having had a particular type of education or having been educated in a particular place educado, bien fundamentado He was privately educated a British-educated doctor.
having received a good education educado a highly educated young man.
educated guess noun
a guess that is based on knowledge and is therefore likely to be correct hipótesis fundamentada We’ll have to make an educated guess as to how many people are likely to turn up for the meeting.
education noun
instruction and teaching, especially of children and young people in schools, universities etc educación secondary education His lack of education prevented him from getting a good job.
educational adjective
of education educacional, docente an educational institution educational methods.
providing information educativo Our visit to the zoo was educational as well as enjoyable.
educationalist noun ( educationist)
an expert in methods of educating. pedagogo
(Definition of educate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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