Associations to the word «Bachelor»
BACHELOR, noun. A man who is socially regarded as able to marry, but has not yet.
BACHELOR, noun. The first or lowest academical degree conferred by universities and colleges; a bachelor's degree.
BACHELOR, noun. Someone who has achieved a bachelor's degree.
BACHELOR, noun. (Canada) A bachelor apartment.
BACHELOR, noun. (obsolete) An unmarried woman.
BACHELOR, noun. (obsolete) A knight who had no standard of his own, but fought under the standard of another in the field.
BACHELOR, noun. (obsolete) Among London tradesmen, a junior member not yet admitted to wear the livery.
BACHELOR, noun. A kind of bass, an edible freshwater fish (Pomoxys annularis) of the southern United States.
BACHELOR APARTMENT, noun. (Canadian) An apartment consisting mainly of one large room which is the living, dining, and bedroom combined.
BACHELOR APARTMENTS, noun. Plural of bachelor apartment
BACHELOR DEGREE, noun. The first or lowest academic degree conferred by universities and colleges; a baccalaureate.
BACHELOR DEGREES, noun. Plural of bachelor degree
BACHELOR OF ARTS, noun. A collegiate degree, usually involving three to four years of study (about 120 semester hours) in liberal arts.
BACHELOR OF LAWS, noun. (legal) An undergraduate degree in the study of law.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, noun. A three- to four-year (about 120 credit hours) undergraduate degree, with a concentration in the sciences or scientific applications.
BACHELOR PAD, noun. (US) A nice, well-furnished dwelling where an unmarried man lives, usually by himself, but sometimes with other men.
BACHELOR PADS, noun. Plural of bachelor pad
BACHELOR PARTIES, noun. Plural of bachelor party
BACHELOR PARTY, noun. (US) (Canada) (South Africa) A party held for a man who is about to be married.
BACHELOR, noun. A man who has never been married.
BACHELOR, noun. A knight of the lowest order; could display only a pennon.
BACHELOR, verb. Lead a bachelor's existence.
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