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scholasticadjective [not gradable]

us   /skəˈlæs·tɪk/
relating to school and education: Laura’s scholastic achievements won her acceptance into Harvard.
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Translations of “scholastic”
in Chinese (Simplified) 学校的,教育的…
in Turkish akademik, eğitimle ilgili…
in Russian школьный, учебный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 學校的,教育的…
in Polish szkolny, nauczania, w nauce…
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