- an institution for educating children；the buildings used by an institution for educating children
- send to school; educate；train or discipline (someone) in a particular skill or activity
noun: school, plural noun: schools
- 1. an institution for educating children Ryder's children did not go to school at all school supplies 同義詞
- ▪ the buildings used by an institution for educating children the cost of building a new school
- ▪ the students and staff of a school the principal was addressing the whole school
- ▪ a day's work at school school started at 7 a.m
- 2. any institution at which instruction is given in a particular discipline a dancing school
- ▪ North American informal a university Harvard is certainly not a loafer's school
- ▪ a department or faculty of a college concerned with a particular subject of study the School of Dental Medicine 同義詞
- 3. a group of people, particularly writers, artists, or philosophers, sharing the same or similar ideas, methods, or style the Frankfurt school of critical theory 同義詞
- ▪ a style, approach, or method of a specified character filmmakers are tired of the skin-deep school of cinema 同義詞
- 1. send to school; educate he was schooled in Boston 同義詞
- ▪ train or discipline (someone) in a particular skill or activity he schooled her in horsemanship it's important to school yourself to be good at exams 同義詞
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