In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(de un colegio con internado) alumno externo masculine
- News that a day boy was to spend the night at the school was on everyone's lips.
- I shared my large room with Andy, a day boy, and so had the place to myself at night.
- On Sundays after the chapel service we were allowed to visit relatives or day boys who were friends.
- Close friendships between boarders and day boys were rare; both factions preferred their own.
- He himself had attended the school and recalled that there were 82 pupils there at the time, all boarders except one day boy, and one lay teacher.
- In those days it was still a boarding school, though half were day boys from local neighbourhoods like myself.
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