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  1. study

    • IPA[ˈstədē]

    美式

    • n.
      the devotion of time and attention to acquiring knowledge on an academic subject, especially by means of books;study as pursued by one person
    • v.
      devote time and attention to acquiring knowledge on (an academic subject), especially by means of books;investigate and analyze (a subject or situation) in detail
    • noun: study, plural noun: studies

    • verb: study, 3rd person present: studies, gerund or present participle: studying, past tense: studied, past participle: studied

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the devotion of time and attention to acquiring knowledge on an academic subject, especially by means of books:

      the study of English

      an application to continue full-time study

    • 2. study as pursued by one person:

      some students may not be able to resume their studies

    • 3. an academic book or article on a particular topic:

      a study of Jane Austen's novels

    • 4. used in the title of an academic subject:

      a major in East Asian studies

    • 5. a detailed investigation and analysis of a subject or situation:

      a study of a sample of 5,000 children

      the study of global problems

    • 6. a portrayal in literature or another art form of an aspect of behavior or character:

      a study of a man devoured by awareness of his own mediocrity

    • 7. a thing that is or deserves to be investigated; the subject of an individual's study:

      I have made it my study to inspect other people's conduct

    • 8. the object or aim of someone's endeavors:

      the acquisition of a fortune is the study of all

    • 9. a person who learns a skill or acquires knowledge at a specified speed:

      I'm a quick study

    • 10. a room used or designed for reading, writing, or academic work:

      the third bedroom was used as a study

    • 11. a piece of work, especially a drawing, done for practice or as an experiment.
    • 12. a musical composition designed to develop a player's technical skill.
    • 13. a thing or person that is an embodiment or good example of something:

      he perched on the edge of the bed, a study in confusion and misery

    • 14. an amusing or remarkable thing or person:

      Ira's face was a study as he approached the car

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. devote time and attention to acquiring knowledge on (an academic subject), especially by means of books:

      she studied biology and botany

    • 2. investigate and analyze (a subject or situation) in detail:

      he has been studying mink for many years

    • 3. apply oneself to study:

      he spent his time listening to the radio rather than studying

    • 4. acquire academic knowledge at an educational establishment:

      he studied at the Kensington School of Art

    • 5. learn intensively about something, especially in preparation for a test of knowledge:

      a graduate student studies up for her doctoral exams

    • 6. (of an actor) try to learn (the words of one's role).
    • 7. give serious thought or consideration to:

      the people here don't make so much noise, so you will find that the government doesn't have us to study

    • 8. look at closely in order to observe or read:

      she bent her head to study the plans

    • 9. make an effort to achieve (a result) or take into account (a person or their wishes):

      with no husband to study, housekeeping is mere play

    • adj. (of a quality or result) achieved or maintained by careful and deliberate effort:

    • he treated them with studied politeness

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    • adj. (of a quality or result) achieved or maintained by careful and deliberate effort:

    • he treated them with studied politeness

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    • plural an additional course in arts subjects taken by students studying for a qualification in science, technology, or the humanities:

    • twelve 1 hour meetings in liberal studies for young workers

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    • plural various aspects or branches of the study of human society, considered as an educational discipline:

    • arts and social studies

      the teaching of social studies

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    • plural the study of the mass media as an academic subject.

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    • plural the study of economics and management, especially as an educational topic.

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    • plural the study of economics and management, especially as an educational topic.

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    • plural the study of management, typically as an educational topic:

    • she has a diploma in management studies

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    • IPA[ˈstʌdi]

    英式

    • n.
      the devotion of time and attention to gaining knowledge of an academic subject, especially by means of books:
    • the study of English

      an application to continue full-time study

    • v.
      devote time and attention to gaining knowledge of (an academic subject), especially by means of books:
    • I studied classics at college

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  2. 知識+

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