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university

noun   /ˌjuː·nɪˈvɜː·sə·ti/ ( plural universities)
A1 a place where students study at a high level to get a degree (= a type of qualification) universidad Cambridge University the University of Maryland My son is at university. Which university did you go to? She teaches at the University of Connecticut.
(Definition of university from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

university

noun /juːniˈvəːsəti/ ( plural universities)
(the buildings or colleges of) a centre/center of advanced education and research, that has the power to grant degrees universidad He’ll have four years at university after he leaves school (also adjective) a university student.
(Definition of university from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “university”
in Korean 대학교…
in Arabic جامِعة…
in Malaysian universiti…
in French (d’)université, universitaire…
in Russian университет…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大學…
in Italian università…
in Turkish üniversite…
in Polish uniwersytet…
in Vietnamese trường đại học…
in Portuguese universidade, faculdade…
in Thai มหาวิทยาลัย…
in German die Universität, Universitäts-……
in Catalan universitat…
in Japanese 大学…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大学…
in Indonesian universitas…
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