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/scientist/career) académicoacademic dress — toga feminine
- 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.
- The question that then emerged was, ‘How does one groove to a daggy disco mix in formal wear and long academic gown?’
- And in this scrutiny and disapproval my issues with class and otherness have resurfaced, again in relation to an academic environment.
- Pressures within the academic environment itself may subtly push professors toward viewing their students as would-be clones of themselves.
- The word communication is debated in today's academic environments.
- In the academic environment, student retention and retention of alumni loyalty are important strategic goals.
- 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.
- It was an important milestone in my own disillusionment with what often passed for ‘liberalism’ in some academic environments.
- This gives a total of around 113 identifiable anthropologists working in Australian academic environments.
- This type of intervention does work in helping students meet short-term academic goals in the educational setting.
- The future of strategic studies in terms of academic organization will be tested in a number of respects.
- 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.
- 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.
- Perhaps, too, the academic environment is just too rarefied, too unrelated to a recognisable outside world, to be satirically relevant.
- When it came to the academic environment, I was a natural.
- ‘In the majority of cases, the moderators tend to come from the academic environment or the wealthier churches,’ he said.
- 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.
- For this to happen it takes longer than a few weeks of holidaying or even a few years spent studying at an academic institution.
- It might be asked why parapsychology is studied in some academic institutions.
- It also has a job bank and links to the growing number of academic institutions with educational tracks that support the meeting profession.
- 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.
- I did do some of this stuff when I was in school; I didn't read all of it outside the academic environment.
- Accounting historians as a whole have yet to appreciate the important contextual differences now seen in the U.S. academic environment.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
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
- 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.
- The academic reader will find the book a scholarly and intellectual tour de force.
- Lots of children are not academic but would make first-rate plumbers or electricians.
- Unlike the vast majority of academic thinkers, Zizek is not worried about being ‘careless.’
- P.S. This is an interesting read, but irritating when the academic writer makes patronising attempts to cater to an ‘ordinary’ audience.
- It is interesting to see how academic writers ‘anonymously’ describe themselves and their works.
- I lived apart from the happy, academic families.
- My academic parents gave me ‘The Times’ to read at 4.
- He was quite academic, was a great help at home and nothing was ever too much trouble for him.
- This is what passes for humor in an academic family.
- 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.
- 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.
- Perhaps it's difficult being academic in a non-academic environment.
- At the moment, we attract a very intellectual, academic audience and we want to make it a cultural centre which will welcome family groups.
- Most of my academic friends engage in similar pursuits.
- In fact, if Kaplan wants, I can be his academic groupie.
- 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.
- You may not have all the book smarts that some people do, and I was certainly never an academic person.
- 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.
- But my stuffy academic friends each have their own store of knowledge.
2(abstract)(question/debate) 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
- The question is of more than academic interest for players, officials and the WRU itself.
- Parliament chiefs insist the figure is purely academic and was calculated because of the need to estimate a replacement value for all government buildings.
- 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.
- The US debate over offshoring of high skilled jobs is of more than academic interest to New Zealand.
- That solution is of more than academic interest.
- This is something that is of more academic than practical interest.
- This is not of mere academic interest to the Swiss.
- All this is of more than academic interest to the City.
- ‘I think my interest in hurricanes was academic until Andrew,’ Landsea said.
- To pursue this line of reasoning in this case is really only of academic interest and of no practical import.
- 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.
- The outcome of a game where there is no personal investment is usually of academic interest.
- I mean, I've got a few labs and some plans, but it's purely an academic interest for me.
- I realise this is of purely academic interest to readers.
- The final game against Castlebar Mitchells was of academic interest only as Ballyhaunis could not make the play-offs.
- The fact that he cannot speak or hear is just a matter of academic interest.
- I used to have what I thought of as a purely academic interest in Nazi propaganda.
- That finding may be of more than academic interest.
- These are questions of more than academic interest.
- Polygamy may seem an exotic topic, but it is not just of historical or academic interest.
1académico masculineacadémica feminine(teaching) profesor de universidad masculine(teaching) profesora de universidad feminine
- Many of the appointees have been academics rather than professional lawyers.
- Of greater significance was the conservative outlook of the University's academics.
- Educational visits are high on the list but contrary to belief the office is not just for scholars and academics.
- The Liberal Democrats have been targeting students and academics on campus.
- Everyone can benefit from the most respected academics and the best tutors.
- Along with most academics he had strong views on how research should be managed.
- It will also include a series of lectures from internationally-renowned academics.
- The book will be most suitable for research students, postdocs and academics.
- Only in very special cases do academics receive honorary doctorates from their own universities.
- The survey was carried out at Glasgow Royal Infirmary by Glasgow University academics.
- The last two books on offer are both compendiums of articles by different academics.
- Up to four different lectures were held each day by academics such as Professor Anthony Grayling.
- I've seen black professors asked about their experience as academics in a white profession.
- Inside Out showed anonymous copies of some of the student essays to academics.
- An insightful and intelligent collection of resources for academics and students.
- He is equally a loss to fellow academics and to the various committees on which he served.
- However, some academics pour cold water on the notion of a machine-created universe.
- There had been no angry questions from the academics among his audience.
- However, it is doubtful that such a move would be well-received by students and academics.
- It became a bestseller on the shelves of students, academics and workers throughout the land.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.