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  • n. 学校;鱼群
  • [类] deport : nation / expel : school ( 驱逐出国家 / 开除出学校) school : fish / flock : birds / crowd : people ( 鱼组成鱼群 / 鸟组成鸟群 / 人组成人群)

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I. noun

  • Etymology: Middle English scole, from Old English scōl, from Latin schola, from Greek scholē leisure, discussion, lecture, school; perhaps akin to Greek echein to hold — more at scheme
  • Date: before 12th century
  • 1. an organization that provides instruction: as
    • a. an institution for the teaching of children
    • b. college, university
    • c.
      • (1) a group of scholars and teachers pursuing knowledge together that with similar groups constituted a medieval university
      • (2) one of the four faculties of a medieval university
      • (3) an institution for specialized higher education often associated with a university <the school of engineering>
    • d. an establishment offering specialized instruction <a secretarial school><driving schools>
  • 2.
    • a.
      • (1) the process of teaching or learning especially at a school
      • (2) attendance at a school
      • (3) a session of a school
    • b. a school building
    • c. the students attending a school; also its teachers and students
  • 3. a source of knowledge <experience was his school>
  • 4.
    • a. a group of persons who hold a common doctrine or follow the same teacher (as in philosophy, theology, or medicine) <the Aristotelian school>; also the doctrine or practice of such a group
    • b. a group of artists under a common influence
    • c. a group of persons of similar opinions or behavior; also the shared opinions or behavior of such a group <other schools of thought>
  • 5. the regulations governing military drill of individuals or units; also the exercises carried out <the school of the soldier>

II. transitive verb

  • Date: 15th century
  • 1.
    • a. to teach or drill in a specific knowledge or skill <well schooled in languages>
    • b. to discipline or habituate to something <school oneself in patience>
  • 2. to educate in an institution of learning
  • Synonyms: see teach

III. noun

  • Etymology: Middle English scole, from Middle Dutch schole; akin to Old English scolu multitude and probably to Old English scylian to separate — more at skill
  • Date: 15th century
  • [trn] a lar

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