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liberal artsnoun [U]

 us   /ˈlɪb·ər·əl ˈɑrts/
college or ​universitysubjects, ​includinghistory, ​languages, and ​literature, that are not ​technical
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liberal artsnoun [plural]

uk   /ˌlɪb.ər.əl ˈɑːts/  us   /ˌlɪb.ər.əl ˈɑːrts/ mainly US
college or ​universitysubjects, such as ​history, ​languages, and ​literature, that ​developstudents' ​generaleducationrather than ​preparing them for a ​particularjob
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Translations of “liberal arts”
in Chinese (Simplified) (大学的)文科…
in Turkish liberal sanatlar…
in Russian гуманитарные науки…
in Chinese (Traditional) (大學的)文科…
in Polish nauki humanistyczne…
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