♦ student

♦ student
♦ student /ˈstju:dnt/ , (USA) /ˈstu:dnt/
n.
1 studente, studentessa (di università o scuola media superiore): a university student, uno studente universitario; a medical student, uno studente di medicina; a student of archaeology (o an archaeology student), uno studente d'archeologia; a postgraduate student, uno specializzando
2 studioso; indagatore; ricercatore: a student of wild life, uno studioso della vita degli animali selvatici; a student of human behaviour, un indagatore del comportamento dell'uomo
3 (in talune università) borsista
4 (spec. USA) allievo; scolaro; alunno (di scuola inferiore)
student council, comitato studentesco; (comitato) interfacoltà □ student lamp (o student's lamp), lampada da tavolo (o a braccio mobile) □ student loan, prestito a studenti per mantenersi all'università □ student nurse, allievo infermiere □ student power, potere studentesco □ student teacher, insegnante tirocinante □ (USA) student teaching, tirocinio come insegnante (cfr. ingl. teaching practice, sotto teaching) □ students' union, student union, associazione degli studenti; (anche) centro sociale studentesco.

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