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school /skuːl/ noun


پیروان یک مکتب ، تادیب یا تربیت کردن ، دانشکده ، اموزشگاه ، دبستان ، دبیرستان ، تحصیل در مدرسه ، تدریس درمدرسه ، مکتب علمی یا فلسفی ، جماعت همفکر ، جماعت ، دسته ماهی ، گروه پرندگان ، تربیب کردن ، بمدرسه فرستادن ، درس دادن ، قانون ـ فقه: رام کردن و عادت دادن ، روانشناسی: نحله ، ورزش: تربیت اسب ، علوم نظامی: مرکز اموزش نظامی
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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

school
[noun]
Synonyms:
- academy, college, faculty, institute, institution, seminary
- group, adherents, circle, denomination, devotees, disciples, faction, followers, set
[verb]
Synonyms:
- train, coach, discipline, drill, educate, instruct, tutor
Related Words: inform, guide, lead, show, advance, cultivate, control, direct, manage

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. school1 S1 W1 /skuːl/ noun
[Word Family: noun: school, pre-school, schooling; verb: school; adjective: PRE-SCHOOL]
[Language: Old English; Origin: scol, from Latin schola, from Greek schole 'discussion, school']

1. WHERE CHILDREN LEARN [uncountable and countable] a place where children are taught:
His mother always used to pick him up from school.

2. TIME AT SCHOOL [uncountable]
a) a day’s work at school:
School begins at 8.30.
before/after school
I’ll see you after school.
b) the time during your life when you go to school:
He’s one of my old friends from school.
Children start school between the ages of four and five.

3. UNIVERSITY [uncountable and countable]
a) American English a college or university, or the time when you study there:
Their kids are away at school now.
She was going to school in Boston.
b) a department or group of departments that teaches a particular subject at a university
school of
the Harvard School of Public Health
law/medical/business/graduate school
After two years of medical school, I thought I knew everything.

4. ONE SUBJECT [countable] a place where a particular subject or skill is taught:
a language school in Brighton
school of
Amwell School of Motoring

5. at school
a) in the school building:
I can get some work done while the kids are at school.
b) British English attending a school, rather than being at college or university or having a job:
We’ve got two children at school, and one at university.

6. in school
a) in the school building:
Sandra’s not in school today.
b) American English attending a school or university rather than having a job:
Are your boys still in school?

7. ART [countable] a number of people who are considered as a group because of their similar style of work:
the Impressionist school

8. school of thought an opinion or way of thinking about something that is shared by a group of people:
There are two main schools of thought on the subject.

9. of/from the old school with old-fashioned values or qualities:
a family doctor of the old school

10. FISH [countable] a large group of fish, whales, dolphins etc that are swimming together
school of
a school of whales

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. school2 verb [transitive]
[Word Family: noun: school, pre-school, schooling; verb: school; adjective: PRE-SCHOOL]

1. old-fashioned to train or teach someone to have a certain skill, type of behaviour, or way of thinking
be schooled in (doing) something
She was schooled in hiding her emotions.

2. to educate a child

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

school
noun
ADJ. elementary, high, middle, nursery, prep/preparatory, primary, secondary | comprehensive, grammar, secondary modern | direct-grant, grant-maintained, state | independent, private, public (In Britain ‘public schools’ are private.) | special She attends a special school for children with learning difficulties.
boys', co-educational, girls', mixed, mixed-sex, single-sex | boarding, residential | day | Sunday | summer | local, rural, village | art, business, dance, drama, film, language, medical, riding, secretarial, training, etc.
VERB + SCHOOL attend, go to | start | finish, leave | skip, (play) truant from | be/stay off, keep sb off His mum kept him off school for two weeks when he was ill.
SCHOOL + NOUN curriculum | student | teacher (also schoolteacher) She's a middle-school teacher.
leaver | building, hall, library | term, year | holidays | bus | meals | rules | uniform | assembly | age She's got four children of school age.
PREP. after ~ We're going to play football after school.
at (a/the) ~ She didn't do very well at school. Their son's at the school near the station.
in (a/the)~ Are the children still in school? the cleverest child in the school

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

school

go to school
Did you go to school in Paris?
attend (a) school formal (=go to a school)
Some of the children had not attended school very regularly before.
start school
Children in Britain start school when they are five.
leave school
He left school when he was 16.
send somebody to school
His parents sent him to a private school.
a state school British English, a public school American English (=a school that gets its money from the government)
Universities want to encourage more applicants from state schools.
a private school (also a public school British English) (=a school where students pay to study)
He was educated at a private school.
sb’s old school (=the school someone went to when they were young)
He went back to his old school to give a talk to the children.
a local school (=a school near where someone lives)
They sent their kids to the local school.
a boarding school (=a school where children also live and sleep)
a day school (=a school where children go during the day but go home in the evenings)
The school is both a boarding school and a day school.
a nursery school (=for children under 5)
an infant school British English (=for children aged 5 to 7)
a primary school British English, an elementary school American English (=for children up to 11)
Their children are still at primary school.
a secondary school (also a high school British English) (=for children from 11 to 16 or 18)
a high school American English (=a school for students aged 14 to 18)
a comprehensive school British English (=a secondary school for all children)
a grammar school British English (=a secondary school for children who have passed an exam when they are 11)
school students (also school pupils British English)
Most school students have musical interests of some kind.
a school friend
She met some old school friends.
a school uniform
He was still wearing his school uniform.
the school holidays British English
The trip will take place during the school holidays.
the school run British English (=the journey taking children to and from school each day)
She had to be back in time for the school run.
the school playground
the school library
the school hall
the school bus
the school curriculum
Head teachers were asked to incorporate road safety education in the school curriculum.
school meals/lunches (also school dinners British English)
We provide good-quality school meals.
a school governor British English (=an elected person who works with teachers to make decisions about how a school is organized)
The school governors have appointed a new head teacher.
the school board American English (=the group of people who are elected to govern a school or group of schools)
The courts have upheld the school board's right to dismiss striking teachers.
the school day
Most children are tired at the end of the school day.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

school
noun
1.
BAD: Her daughter wants to leave the school and get married.
GOOD: Her daughter wants to leave school and get married.
BAD: He still isn't old enough to go to a school.
GOOD: He still isn't old enough to go to school.

Usage Note:
Use the/a/my etc only when you are talking about a particular school: 'She goes to a very good school.' 'Our two boys go to the same school.'
When you refer to school as a type of place or activity, use leave school, start school, go to school, etc (WITHOUT the/a/my etc ): 'Most children go to primary school at the age of five.'
The same rule applies to kindergarten, college, university, church, prison, jail and (in British English but not American English) hospital . Compare: 'They deserve to be put in prison.' 'The new prison has a special security wing for dangerous criminals.'
See also CINEMA (cinema)

2.
BAD: Most Norwegians speak English quite well because everybody has to learn it in school.
GOOD: Most Norwegians speak English quite well because everybody has to learn it at school.

Usage Note:
In British English the phrase is at school (NOT in ): 'What did you do at school today?'
Note that in American English both in school and at school are used.

3.
See VISIT 3 (visit)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

school
̈ɪsku:l
See: tell tales out of school

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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