US: /ˈskɑɫɝˌʃɪp/
UK: /skˈɒləʃˌɪp/

English Vietnamese dictionary

scholarship /'skɔləʃip/
  • danh từ
    • sự học rộng, sự uyên thâm, sự uyên bác, sự thông thái
    • học bổng
      • to win a scholarship: được cấp học bổng

Advanced English dictionary

+ noun
1 [C] an amount of money given to sb by an organization to help pay for their education: She won a scholarship to study at Stanford. + He went to drama school on a scholarship.
2 [U] the serious study of an academic subject and the knowledge and methods involved: a magnificent work of scholarship

Thesaurus dictionary

1 learning, erudition, knowledge, lore, education, schooling, training, preparation, Colloq know-how:
Elsa Cairn brings to her appointment as headmistress considerable scholarship and experience
2 grant, endowment, award, fellowship, Brit exhibition, Chiefly Scots and New Zealand bursarship, bursary:
Without the scholarship, I should never have been able to continue my education.

Collocation dictionary


gain, get, win | award (sb), give (sb)
The Fund awards four scholarships every year.


exam/examination | programme, scheme | student


on a ~
Two of the girls here are on scholarships.
| ~ to
He won a scholarship to Queens' College, Cambridge.

Concise English dictionary

scholarships'skɑləʃɪp /'skɒl-
+financial aid provided to a student on the basis of academic merit
+profound scholarly knowledge