In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(in higher education)(record/research/career/scientist) académicoacademic dress — toga feminine
- Pressures within the academic environment itself may subtly push professors toward viewing their students as would-be clones of themselves.
- The author reviews the problems that have plagued history in the academic environment to dispel the popular belief that history is the same thing as the past.
- For this to happen it takes longer than a few weeks of holidaying or even a few years spent studying at an academic institution.
- In the academic environment, student retention and retention of alumni loyalty are important strategic goals.
- Moving away from the academic environment was a shrewd move for Stoneham, who has trebled the amount of business she used to do at Oxford University.
- It might be asked why parapsychology is studied in some academic institutions.
- This gives a total of around 113 identifiable anthropologists working in Australian academic environments.
- Some seek extra practicum experiences outside their academic departments prior to internship in an effort to compensate for the lack of breadth in their training.
- Perhaps, too, the academic environment is just too rarefied, too unrelated to a recognisable outside world, to be satirically relevant.
- The question that then emerged was, ‘How does one groove to a daggy disco mix in formal wear and long academic gown?’
- I did do some of this stuff when I was in school; I didn't read all of it outside the academic environment.
- ‘In the majority of cases, the moderators tend to come from the academic environment or the wealthier churches,’ he said.
- He always sought an academic environment and therefore moved from Llanelli to Cardiff, the site of his final appointment and where he lived out his retirement.
- Educational leave refers to the practice of a company allowing its employees to suspend their work to study in an academic institution with the intention of earning a degree.
- In an academic environment, for example, there may be less need for an easy-to-learn system because it's the user's job to learn.
- The word communication is debated in today's academic environments.
- The sex workers who come for training have to learn what research is about, what the budgets involve, how to negotiate within an unfamiliar academic environment.
- Accounting historians as a whole have yet to appreciate the important contextual differences now seen in the U.S. academic environment.
- And in this scrutiny and disapproval my issues with class and otherness have resurfaced, again in relation to an academic environment.
- It was an important milestone in my own disillusionment with what often passed for ‘liberalism’ in some academic environments.
- The faculty and other staff and students at both International and at Sofia University welcomed him and helped him to settle into the new academic environment.
- This type of intervention does work in helping students meet short-term academic goals in the educational setting.
- When it came to the academic environment, I was a natural.
- The future of strategic studies in terms of academic organization will be tested in a number of respects.
- When I went back and read what is being proposed, some of the language suggests that the plan is to fund early drug discovery and development in an academic environment.
- It also has a job bank and links to the growing number of academic institutions with educational tracks that support the meeting profession.
1.2(scholarly)(institution/discipline) académico(publication) para eruditos(publication) para académicos(child) intelectualmente capazthey adopted an academic approach to the problem — adoptaron un enfoque muy intelectual
- My academic parents gave me ‘The Times’ to read at 4.
- This is what passes for humor in an academic family.
- It is interesting to see how academic writers ‘anonymously’ describe themselves and their works.
- Probably won't go down well with my academic friends, but I felt I really wanted to be out doing things more in the real world than actually doing research.
- Lots of children are not academic but would make first-rate plumbers or electricians.
- But my stuffy academic friends each have their own store of knowledge.
- Because Sue wasn't academic, I did begin to worry about her, but once she went to Eastbourne College to study domestic science, her life changed completely.
- The academic reader will find the book a scholarly and intellectual tour de force.
- He was quite academic, was a great help at home and nothing was ever too much trouble for him.
- P.S. This is an interesting read, but irritating when the academic writer makes patronising attempts to cater to an ‘ordinary’ audience.
- Most of my academic friends engage in similar pursuits.
- Unlike most current academic thinkers, they believe the market is neither unpredictable nor random, that patterns lie buried in the mass of data that daily gushes forth.
- At the moment, we attract a very intellectual, academic audience and we want to make it a cultural centre which will welcome family groups.
- Unlike the vast majority of academic thinkers, Zizek is not worried about being ‘careless.’
- Perhaps it's difficult being academic in a non-academic environment.
- Thurschwell writes with an academic audience in mind, but this book can be enjoyed by any serious reader interested in the cultural history of the late nineteenth century.
- The dauntingly solid volumes also offer the reader an anthology of short extracts, specific illustrations of usage and enough etymological information to satisfy the more academic reader.
- I lived apart from the happy, academic families.
- In fact, if Kaplan wants, I can be his academic groupie.
- You may not have all the book smarts that some people do, and I was certainly never an academic person.
2(abstract)(debate/question) puramente teóricoit is a matter of purely academic interest — es una cuestión de interés puramente intelectual
- that's academic now — eso ya no tiene ninguna trascendencia
- That solution is of more than academic interest.
- All this is of more than academic interest to the City.
- This is something that is of more academic than practical interest.
- The question is of more than academic interest for players, officials and the WRU itself.
- These are questions of more than academic interest.
- This discussion is not of purely academic interest, because it has arisen in a practical way in a number of different contexts in recent years.
- That finding may be of more than academic interest.
- The fact that he cannot speak or hear is just a matter of academic interest.
- Parliament chiefs insist the figure is purely academic and was calculated because of the need to estimate a replacement value for all government buildings.
- I mean, I've got a few labs and some plans, but it's purely an academic interest for me.
- To pursue this line of reasoning in this case is really only of academic interest and of no practical import.
- Polygamy may seem an exotic topic, but it is not just of historical or academic interest.
- The outcome of a game where there is no personal investment is usually of academic interest.
- ‘I think my interest in hurricanes was academic until Andrew,’ Landsea said.
- A loss against India will mean the champions are out of the championship and their final league match against Bangladesh will be only of academic interest.
- I realise this is of purely academic interest to readers.
- I used to have what I thought of as a purely academic interest in Nazi propaganda.
- This is not of mere academic interest to the Swiss.
- The US debate over offshoring of high skilled jobs is of more than academic interest to New Zealand.
- The final game against Castlebar Mitchells was of academic interest only as Ballyhaunis could not make the play-offs.
1académico masculineacadémica femininemasculine profesor de universidadfeminine profesora de universidad
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