Translation of sorority in Spanish:

sorority

hermandad femenina de estudiantes, n.

Pronunciation /səˈrɔrədi//səˈrɒrɪti/

noun

US

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    (en universidades norteamericanas) hermandad femenina de estudiantes feminine
    • Environment may refer to home, school, church social outlets and formal memberships such as sororities and clubs.
    • Angela speaks and conducts workshops for campus events, sororities, high schools and government agencies.
    • He had married his wife from his sister sorority and was a retired government worker, she a retired professor at Georgetown University.
    • Fraternities and sororities are a pretty big deal here.
    • It seems the awful practice of hazing is not just limited to college sororities and fraternities.
    • By 1904, five fraternities and five sororities had been established on campus; dozens more were just on the horizon.
    • In turn, the university lifted an interim suspension that prohibited the sorority from holding any social functions.
    • These activities also can inspire synergy rather than competition, which is exactly why fraternities and sororities engage in group bonding rituals, she added.
    • Consider student clubs or professional organizations, fraternities and sororities, community service groups, and special interest organizations.
    • These would include junior Leagues, sororities, fraternities, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and countless others.
    • Black fraternities and sororities are also a part of this heritage.
    • Drinking rates tend to be highest among incoming freshmen, male students, members of fraternities and sororities, and athletes, according to the Task Force.
    • After only a few legal wounds, schools sought methods to put the responsibility for drinking or drug use on the backs of students and fraternities and sororities.
    • Other efforts to help students utilize their time and decrease their stress are offered through the university recreation center and individual sororities and fraternities.
    • If you've ever thought of joining a sorority once in college, do your research first.
    • Students who lived on campus and were involved in fraternities, sororities or extracurricular activities were less likely to drop out of college.
    • Anyone who has been a member of a sorority or fraternity will be acquainted with some of the letter names.
    • If you are not the president of your sorority or some other campus organization, you may feel it's difficult to relate your leadership skills.
    • The university's history emerges through photographs of buildings, students, sororities, and athletics.
    • Locally, businesses and Iowa State University fraternities and sororities also contributed.

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    Una hermandad de mujeres en muchos establecimientos de la enseñanza superior en EEUU. Sus miembros comparten una sorority house. El nombre de cada sorority está compuesto de dos o tres letras griegas, tales como Chi Omega o Kappa Kappa Gamma. Suelen hacer obras de caridad y trabajos comunitarios. Algunas sororities también son organizaciones académicas o profesionales. Ver tb fraternity