English - Vietnamese Dictionary
student /'stju:dənt/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- học sinh đại học, sinh viên
- người nghiên cứu (một vấn đề gì)
- người chăm chỉ
- a hard student: người chăm học; người chăm làm
- người được học bổng; nghiên cứu sinh được học bổng (ở một số trường đại học)
students'stuːdnt /-tju-Thesaurus Dictionary
+a learner who is enrolled in an educational institution
+a learned person (especially in the humanities); someone who by long study has gained mastery in one or more disciplines
Advanced English Dictionary
1 pupil, learner, scholar, undergraduate, schoolboy, schoolgirl, schoolchild, trainee, apprentice, disciple; Colloq Brit swot or swotter or swat, US grind:
Only students of advanced standing are admitted to this class.
2 devotee, follower, admirer, observer, evaluator, commentator, critic:
Nicole is a perceptive student of human nature.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 a person who is studying at a university or college: a medical / science student + a graduate / postgraduate / research student + an overseas student + a student teacher / nurse + a student grant / loan (= money that is given / lent to students to pay for their studies) + She's a student at Sussex University. + a dramatic increase in student numbers + He's a third-year student at the College of Art. + I did some acting in my student days.
See also - MATURE STUDENT
2 (especially AmE) a person who is studying at a school, especially a secondary school: a 15-year-old high school student
3 ~ of sth a person who is very interested in a particular subject: a keen student of human nature
student / pupil / undergraduate /
graduate / postgraduate
A student is a person who is studying at a school, college, university, etc. In BrE until recently pupil was used for children at school, but this is becoming old-fashioned and student is used instead, except for young children.
An undergraduate is a student who is studying for their first degree at a university or college.
In BrE,a graduate is a person who has completed a first degree at a university or college. In AmE graduate is usually used with another noun and can also apply to a person who has finished high school: a high school graduate + a graduate student.
A postgraduate is a person who has finished a first degree and is doing advanced study or research. This is the usual term in BrE, but it is formal in AmE and graduate student is usually used instead.
one of the best students the college has ever had
| college, school, university | full-time, part-time | first-year, second-year, etc. | graduate, postgraduate, research | doctoral, MA, etc. | mature
He studied metallurgy as a mature student, having spent ten years working in a foundry.
| overseas | engineering, history, law, medical, etc.
STUDENT + NOUN
nurse, teacher | numbers, population
Student numbers at the college have increased by 25 per cent.
She travelled a lot in her student days.
thoroughly enjoying student life
| grant, loan
She had to take out a student loan to help her through college.
| accommodation, dormitory | demonstration, protest, unrest
taking part in a student demonstration
as a ~
She first went to London as a student.
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