Associations to the word «Student»
STUDENT, noun. A person who studies a particular academic subject.
STUDENT, noun. (figuratively) A person seriously devoted to some subject, whether academic or not.
STUDENT, noun. A person enrolled at a university.
STUDENT, noun. (chiefly North America) A schoolchild.
STUDENT BODIES, noun. Plural of student body
STUDENT BODY, noun. A united group of persons who study at an educational institution.
STUDENT BODY, noun. (American football) (slang) A football play in which most of the players run to one side of the field.
STUDENT DOCTOR, noun. The commonly used nomenclature for a second-year medical student. By definition, the medical student has cleared basic sciences (didactic education) and is in the clinical portion of medical school.
STUDENT GHETTO, noun. (slang) A residential area, for instance in a college town, that predominantly consists of rental housing for post-secondary students.
STUDENT LOAN, noun. A loan granted to a student in higher education to help pay for the tuition
STUDENT SYNDROME, noun. The tendency to apply oneself fully to a task at the last possible moment before a deadline.
STUDENT UNION, noun. Students' union (UK spelling)
STUDENT, noun. A learner who is enrolled in an educational institution.
STUDENT, noun. A learned person (especially in the humanities); someone who by long study has gained mastery in one or more disciplines.
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