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Noun : A particular method for performing a task.

Noun : A series of small tasks or steps taken to accomplish an end.

Noun : (uncountable) The set of established forms or methods of an organized body for accomplishing a certain task or tasks.


Adjective : Related to procedure.

Adjective : (computing) Generated by means of a procedure, rather than being designed.

Noun : (literature, film) A type of literature, film, or television program involving a sequence of technical detail.


Noun : Repetition of an activity to improve a skill.

Noun : An organized event for the purpose of performing such repetition.

Noun : (uncountable, especially medicine, art) The ongoing pursuit of a craft or profession, particularly in medicine or the fine arts.


Adjective : Of, relating to, or providing a description.

Adjective : (grammar) Of an adjective, stating an attribute of the associated noun (as heavy in the heavy dictionary).

Adjective : (linguistics) Describing the structure, grammar, vocabulary and actual use of a language.


Adjective : Relating to, or based on, practice or action rather than theory or hypothesis.

Adjective : Being likely to be effective and applicable to a real situation; able to be put to use.

Adjective : Of a person, having skills or knowledge that are practical.


Adjective : Involving active participation.


Adjective : Proceeding from one step to the next in sequence.

Noun : (informal) A step-by-step guide.


Adjective : Serving to reduce a difficulty, or accessible with minimum difficulty; expedient.

Adjective : Suspicious due to suiting someone's purposes very well.

Adjective : (obsolete) Fit; suitable; appropriate.


Noun : (law, plural only) The course of procedure in the prosecution of an action at law.

Noun : The published record of the actions of a society, or of things done at its meetings.


Verb : (interrogative) To what degree or extent.

Verb : (interrogative) In what manner:

Verb : By what means.


Noun : (nautical) Permission to use a port given to a ship after compliance with quarantine or on conviction that she is free of contagious disease.

Noun : (obsolete) Practice; habits.


Noun : Repetition of an activity to improve a skill.

Noun : An organized event for the purpose of performing such repetition.

Noun : (uncountable, especially medicine, art) The ongoing pursuit of a craft or profession, particularly in medicine or the fine arts.


Noun : A particular method for performing a task.

Noun : A series of small tasks or steps taken to accomplish an end.

Noun : (uncountable) The set of established forms or methods of an organized body for accomplishing a certain task or tasks.


Noun : A free (or low cost) trip for travel consultants, provided by a travel operator or airline as a means of promoting their service. A fam trip


Noun : A pickup truck with a gun mounted on it.

Noun : (video games) A special move in certain fighting games that cancels out the effect of an opponent's attack.

Noun : (basketball) Short for technical foul. [(basketball) Any infraction of the rules penalized as a foul which does not involve physical contact during the course of play between players on the court, or is a foul by a nonplayer.]


Adjective : According to norms or rules or to a regular pattern.

Adjective : (mathematics) Adhering to or being what is considered natural or regular in a particular field or context:

Adjective : (number theory, of a real number) In whose representation in a given base b ≥ 2, for every positive integer n, the bⁿ possible strings of n digits follow a uniform distribution.


Adjective : (informal) textbooklike


Noun : edification


Noun : A practical handbook.


Noun : The method of performance in any art; technique.

Noun : (in the plural) Technical terms or objects; things pertaining to the practice of an art or science.

Noun : (in the plural) The doctrine of arts in general; those branches of learning that relate to the arts.


Adjective : curative; providing a remedy

Adjective : intended to remediate (i.e., correct or improve) deficient skills in some subject


Noun : A believer in, or practitioner of, holism; one who believes that a topic of study cannot be fully understood by studying the parts, or who studies by considering the whole.

Noun : (sociology) One who advocates studying society as a whole, and who consistently interprets the actions of individuals in that context.

Noun : (education) One who prefers to learn by forming an overview of the topic.


Adjective : Resembling education.


Adjective : (pedagogy) Focusing on a teacher.


Adjective : Of or pertaining to a vocation.

Adjective : (of education) That provides a special skill rather than academic knowledge.


Adjective : Instructive or intended to teach or demonstrate, especially with regard to morality.

Adjective : Excessively moralizing.

Adjective : (medicine) Teaching from textbooks rather than laboratory demonstration and clinical application.


Adjective : Having practical rather than theoretical knowledge, like that learned on the streets rather than in the classroom.


Adjective : (formal, of education) Preparatory or introductory.


Adjective : (education) Leading up to a technical course.


Adjective : Within an educational curriculum.


Adjective : Knowledgeable, learned; skilled or trained in a specified profession or pursuit.


Adjective : Involving a single academic discipline


Adjective : Having to do with discipline, or with the imposition of discipline.

Adjective : For the purpose of imposing punishment.

Adjective : Of or relating to an academic field of study.


Adjective : (programming) Structured by defining classes of objects.

Adjective : (Marxism) Based on social class.

Adjective : Learning delivered in a class either online or in a classroom.


Adjective : Educated or trained by oneself.

book smart

Adjective : Having knowledge obtained by reading and studying, rather than by practical experience.


Adjective : Having much learning, knowledgeable, erudite; highly educated.

Adjective : (law, formal) A courteous description used in various ways to refer to lawyers or judges.

Adjective : Scholarly, exhibiting scholarship.


Noun : Someone who is both an academic and an active practitioner in their subject area.

Adjective : Pertaining to a type of teaching style for entrepreneurs


Adjective : taught; trained; educated


Adjective : Practiced; self-conscious; careful.

Adjective : (dated) Qualified by, or versed in, study; learned.


Adjective : Of, or relating to pedagogy; teaching.

Adjective : Haughty and formal.


Adjective : (attributive):

Adjective : Greater in dignity, rank, importance, significance, or interest.

Adjective : Greater in number, quantity, or extent.


Adjective : Having multiple courses


Adjective : abecedarian

Noun : An abecedarium


Adjective : (education) Occurring while a class or lesson is taking place.


Adjective : Before a lecture.


Adjective : Before a workshop (educational course or conference).


Noun : Suckling, such as breastfeeding.

Noun : The process or profession of caring for patients as a nurse.


Adjective : After a workshop (educational course or conference).


Adjective : (education) Being or relating to a kind of advanced primary school focusing on practical subjects.


Adjective : scholarly


Adjective : Of education, conducted in the English language.


Noun : Alternative spelling of schoolie [(Australia) A senior school student, especially a school-leaver, engaged in unsupervised celebrations during schoolies week.]


Noun : A coursebook, a formal manual of instruction in a specific subject, especially one for use in schools or colleges.


Adjective : Learned, scholarly, with emphasis on knowledge gained from books.


Adjective : After a lecture.


Adjective : (of a highway) Allowing traffic in two directions.

Adjective : (of traffic, visibility) Moving or occurring in opposite directions.

Adjective : (of a radio, etc.) Permitting communication in two directions, i.e. both transmitting and receiving.


Adjective : That develops (or may develop) into an academic form


Adjective : Of, relating to, or characteristic of a student


Adjective : Very scholarly.


Adjective : Accompanying an educational curriculum.


Noun : (UK, dated) An educational institute that teaches applied arts and sciences rather than academic subjects.

Noun : (obsolete) An exhibition of objects illustrating many arts.

Noun : (Singapore) A three-year post-secondary vocational training institute, equivalent of community college in the U.S. or TAFE in Australia.


Adjective : (often disparagingly) Versed in books; having knowledge derived from books.


Adjective : Educated; learned; erudite.

Verb : (obsolete) To instruct; to educate; to teach.


Adjective : Of, or relating to diagnosis.

Adjective : (medicine) Characteristic of a particular disease.

Adjective : Serving to indicate or specify a particular item or thing within a group of similar things.


Adjective : (education) Of or relating to a style of blended learning in which students opt to take online courses in addition to their traditional face-to-face learning.


Noun : (grammar) A construction showing a relative quality, in English usually formed by adding more or appending -er. For example, the comparative of green is greener; of evil, more evil.

Noun : (grammar) A word in the comparative form.

Noun : (chiefly in the plural) Data used to make a comparison.


Noun : A sharp, quick, lively pain; a sting.

Noun : Mental pain or suffering; grief; affliction.

Noun : Smart-money.


Adjective : Having an academic diploma.


Adjective : (archaic) educational


Adjective : Within a single academic discipline.


Adjective : (printing) Written or printed in black letter.

Adjective : (figurative) Given to the study of books in black letter; old-fashioned.

Adjective : Of or relating to the days in the calendar not marked with red letters as saints' days; unlucky; inauspicious.


Noun : (plural only) Academic dress, consisting of a cap and gown.


Adjective : (education) Outside of the classroom.

straight a

Adjective : (education) Pertaining to one who makes straight As.


Adjective : (education) Designating exams in which specified external resources, potentially including textbooks, glossaries, study notes, calculators, etc. may be used.


Adjective : Alternative spelling of book smart [Having knowledge obtained by reading and studying, rather than by practical experience.]


Adjective : (obsolete) scholastic


Adjective : Outside of the normal curriculum of an educational establishment

Adjective : Similarly outside of the normal duties of a job or profession

Adjective : (informal) extramarital


Adjective : Involving technology and literature.


Adjective : (education, of a school) Providing instruction for male students only.


Adjective : Having attained a level of higher education, such as a college degree.

Adjective : Based on relevant information.


Adjective : (rare) academic


Adjective : (informal) Of or pertaining to university students.


Adjective : Somewhat or partly scholastic.


Adjective : In preparation for a vocation.


Adjective : Before the start, or the introduction, of an academic curriculum.


Adjective : Between educational curricula.


Noun : (usually capitalized) A follower of Plato, a Platonist.

Noun : A senior member of an academy, college, or university; a person who attends an academy; a person engaged in scholarly pursuits; one who is academic in practice.

Noun : A member of the Academy; an academician.


Adjective : Attending school.


Adjective : Prior to a class.


Adjective : Of or relating to a program that allows university students to work part-time while attending school


Adjective : Encyclopedic; embracing the whole circle of learning, or a wide range of subjects.

Noun : A person who has an encyclopedic knowledge.


Adjective : Given to thought, or to the examination of subjects by contemplation; contemplative.

Adjective : Dedicated to study; devoted to the acquisition of knowledge from books

Adjective : (usually followed by an infinitive or by "of") Earnest in endeavors; attentive; diligent


Adjective : well-read


Noun : A person who is recognized by a university as having completed the requirements of a degree studied at the institution.

Noun : (US, Canada) A person who is recognized by a high school as having completed the requirements of a course of study at the school.

Noun : (Philippines) A person who is recognized as having completed any level of education.


Adjective : Opposed to the teaching or learning of algebra, especially to or by non-mathematical students


Adjective : Able to read and write; having literacy.

Adjective : Knowledgeable in literature, writing; literary; well-read.

Adjective : Which is used in writing (of a language or dialect).


Adjective : (informal) Pertaining to books.

Adjective : (informal) Inclined to read books; literate.


Adjective : Describing a person of the age at which students typically attend higher education

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