♦ academic

♦ academic /ækəˈdɛmɪk/
A a.
1 relativo agli studi, all'istruzione; scolastico: academic achievement, rendimento scolastico (o negli studi); academic qualifications, titoli di studio superiore; academic standards, livello (sing.) di insegnamento (offerto da una scuola, ecc.); academic freedom, libertà di insegnamento e di ricerca
2 universitario; accademico: the academic world, il mondo, l'ambiente universitario; academic year, anno accademico; academic staff, corpo docente universitario
3 (di scuola, programma, ecc.) che dà importanza allo studio; intellettuale: academic work, lo studio, gli studi
4 (di studente) portato allo studio; studioso
5 (arte) accademico
6 accademico; astratto; teorico: academic interest, interesse accademico (o astratto); an academic question, una questione accademica
B n.
docente universitario; ricercatore universitario
academic bookseller, libreria universitaria □ academic dress, toga e tocco accademici.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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