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college /ˈkɒlɪdʒ $ ˈkɑː-/ noun

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Synonyms: jail, caboose, can, chokey, hoosegow, jug, lockup, prison, rock pil, stir
English Thesaurus: university, college, community college, graduate schoo

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

college S1 W2 /ˈkɒlɪdʒ $ ˈkɑː-/ noun
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: Latin collegium 'society', from collega; colleague]

1. SPECIALIZED EDUCATION [uncountable and countable] a school for advanced education, especially in a particular profession or skill:
a teacher training college
Donna left school and went to art college.
college of
the London College of Fashion
at college
We were great friends when we were at college.

2. US UNIVERSITY [uncountable and countable] American English a large school where you can study after high school and get a degree Synonym : university British English:
Some people who want to go to college still can’t get there.
in college
Fran just finished her freshman year in college.
a decline in the number of college students studying history
college graduates
a college education
college campusescommunity college, junior college

3. PART OF A UNIVERSITY [countable] one of the groups of teachers and students that form a separate part of some universities, especially in Britain:
Trinity College, Cambridge

4. STUDENTS AND TEACHERS [countable also + plural verb British English] the students and teachers of one of these organizations

5. PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION [countable] a group of people who have special rights, duties, or powers within a profession or organization:
the American College of Surgeons

6. NAME OF A SCHOOL [countable] British English a word used in the name of some large schools, especially public schools
electoral college

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. community, local | sixth form, tertiary | tutorial | university | agricultural, art, FE/further education, military, music, police, secretarial, teacher training, technical, theological, veterinary, etc.
VERB + COLLEGE attend, go to | finish, graduate from
COLLEGE + NOUN lecturer, principal, teacher | staff | student | course | chapel, library, room
PREP. at ~ She's at college in Swindon.
in ~ Not all the lecturers are in college at any one time.
PHRASES a college of (further/higher) education

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


go to (a) college
After university I went to drama college for a year.
attend (a) college formal
He was the first person in his family to attend college.
finish (at) college
What are you going to do when you finish art college?
an art/music/drama college
The Music College was founded in 1869.
an agricultural/secretarial/technical etc college
I wanted a job in farm management so I went to agricultural college.
a teacher training college (=where you learn to be a teacher)
a military college (=where you learn to be an officer in the army)
a Further Education/FE college British English (=where adults can go to study, especially part-time)
a tutorial college British English (=where you can have private or small group lessons)
a sixth form college British English (=where students in Britain can go at 16, instead of a school)
a college student/teacher/lecturer
a sixth-form college student

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: By going to the college or university, you become more mature.
GOOD: By going to college or university, you become more mature.

Usage Note:
See note at SCHOOL 1 (school)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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