In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1universidad feminine(library) (before noun) de la universidad(degree/town/life/education) universitarioshe goes to the university (US) or (British) to university — va a la universidad
- she is at the university (US) or (British) at university — está en la universidad
- she left (the) university in 1980 — terminó la carrera en 1980
- university entrance — ingreso a la universidad
- That means that I have passed my peak, and many students in university are passing by theirs too.
- She also said that this situation is not uncommon here at this university.
- On June 28, her daughter found out that her exam marks would qualify her for university.
- So there is a vast amount of information that's available through academic research institutes or in universities.
- You just have to remember that university is a time not only to learn about your major, but about yourself.
- I had three weeks left until university began and the need for one last venture overseas was becoming overwhelming.
- This is alleged to be the first time in the 800 year history of that university.
- Research in universities and agricultural institutes, as well as by the industry, has a crucial role to play.
- At present, foreign students can only work for 90 days in universities and research institutes.
- At least one university is paying heed to what may be the reshaping of psychotherapy.
- She was also a university student studying in a really interesting course.
- He was born the son of a poor mill owner, and was the first in his family to go to university.
- All members of the university administration refused to comment on this issue.
- I'm happy to be back with my family and I'm looking forward to university.
- I met up with an old friend from university this morning and we are headed out for a little trip.
- Get out and enjoy the artistic side of our often misrepresented university.
- He began his university studies in 1951 when he entered Tokyo University.
- The thing is, I always assumed that by the time we hit university, the drama would be left behind.
- We hear a lot about how much it costs a student to get a university degree in the UK these days.
- His holidays from university have found him up on the release site, near Pewsey, working on maintenance of the pens.
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