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education /ˌedjʊˈkeɪʃən $ ˌedʒə-/ noun


تحصیلات ، تعلیم و تربیت ، اموزش و پرورش ، روانشناسی: اموزش و پرورش ، بازرگانی: اموزش
education
[noun]
Synonyms: teaching, development, discipline, enlightenment, instruction, nurture, schooling, training, tuition
Contrasted words: ignorance, illiteracy
Related Words: coaching, pedagogy, tutorage, tutoring, tutorship, direction, guidance, culture, edification, enlightenment, learnedness, literacy

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

education S1 W1 /ˌedjʊˈkeɪʃən $ ˌedʒə-/ noun
[Word Family: noun: education, educationalist, educationist, educator; adjective: educateduneducated, educational, educableineducable, educative; verb: educate; adverb: educationally]

1. [singular, uncountable] the process of teaching and learning, usually at school, college, or university:
She also hopes her children will get a good education.
efforts to improve girls’ access to educationformal education at formal1(6)

2. [uncountable] the teaching of a particular subject
health/sex education

3. [uncountable] the institutions and people involved with teaching:
the local education authority

4. [singular] an interesting experience which has taught you something – often used humorously:
Having Jimmy to stay has been quite an education!
adult education, further education, higher education

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

education
noun
ADJ. decent, excellent, first-class, good | poor | compulsory | formal Although he had had little formal education, he could read and write well.
adult, further, higher, pre-school, primary, secondary a college of further education
university | professional, vocational | all-round | health, religious, sex | full-time, part-time | public, state | private parents who choose private education for their children
VERB + EDUCATION have, receive He was at a disadvantage because of the poor education he had received.
give sb, provide (sb with) The school provides an excellent all-round education.
enter students entering higher education
continue, extend She went to college to continue her education.
leave young people who are just leaving full-time education
complete, finish He went to America to complete his education.
EDUCATION + NOUN authority, committee, department, ministry, sector, service, system funds provided by the local education authority
minister, officer, official | policy | reform | campaign, initiative, programme, project, scheme The council has launched a new health education campaign.
facilities, materials, resources | class, course adult education courses
centre, college, establishment, institution
PREP. in ~ students in full-time education
through ~ We acquire much of our world knowledge through education.
~ about education about danger on the roads

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

education

a good education
All parents want a good education for their children.
a poor education (=not very good)
She had a poor education, and left school without qualifications.
an all-round education (=including a balance of lots of different subjects)
The school offers a good all-round education.
full-time education (=spending every weekday in a school or college)
Children must stay in full-time education until the age of 16.
state education British English, public education American English (=provided by the government of a country)
The state of California guarantees free public education to all children.
private education (=that people have to pay for)
I don't agree with the principle of private education.
formal education (=from teachers at school or college, rather than learning by yourself)
She had no formal education and was brought up by her grandmother.
primary (school) education British English, elementary education American English (=for children aged between 5 and 11)
The government has announced plans to improve the quality of primary school education.
secondary education (also high school education American English) (=for children aged between 11 and 18)
She hopes to start a teaching career in secondary education.
university/college education
Do you have a university education?
further/higher education (=at a college or university)
I did a carpentry course at the further education college.
adult education (=for adults)
They run adult education classes at the local community college.
vocational education (=relating to skills needed for a particular job)
We offer vocational education and job training.
nursery/pre-school education (=for children aged under 5)
The funding will provide nursery education for all four-year-olds.
have an education
The women have had little education.
get/receive an education
Some children grow up without receiving any education.
give/provide an education
The school aims to provide a good general education.
enter education (=start going to school, college etc)
The number of students entering higher education has risen.
leave education British English (=stop going to school, college etc)
She left full-time education at the age of 16.
continue your education
I hope to continue my education after high school.
the education system (=the way education is organized and managed in a country)
Is the British education system failing some children?
the education department (=the government organization that makes decisions about education)
Newcastle City Council’s education department
an education authority (=a government organization that makes official decisions about education in one particular area)
The school is funded by the local education authority.
the education service (=all the government organizations that work together to provide education)
There are plans to expand the adult education service.
education policy (=political plans for managing an education system)
The teaching unions are calling for the government to review its education policy.
education reform (=changes that a government makes to the education system in a country)
the government’s programme of education reform

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

education
noun
BAD: The education has changed my country a lot.
GOOD: Education has changed my country a lot.
BAD: The goal is to provide the free education for every girl and boy.
GOOD: The goal is to provide free education for every girl and boy.

Usage Note:
See THE 4 (the)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

education
ˌedju:ˈkeɪʃən
See: higher education

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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