♦ study

♦ study
♦ study /ˈstʌdɪ/
n.
1 [uc] studio; esame, indagine, ricerca; saggio; monografia: to take up the study of philosophy, intraprendere lo studio della filosofia; an in-depth study, uno studio approfondito; after careful study of the matter, dopo attento esame della faccenda; to make a study of st., fare uno studio su (indagare attentamente) qc.; a study of working conditions, un'indagine sulle condizioni di lavoro; humanistic studies, studi umanistici; feasibility study, studio di fattibilità; (econ.) calcolo di convenienza economica; a study by sector, una ricerca di carattere settoriale; to write a study on Dante's numerology, scrivere un saggio sulla numerologia dantesca
2 studio; stanza da studio
3 (mus.) studio: a study by Chopin, uno studio di Chopin
4 (pitt., scult.) studio; bozzetto; schizzo; abbozzo
5 oggetto degno di attenzione; vista insolita: The girl's face was a perfect study, il viso della ragazza era interessantissimo
6 [u] (form., lett.) studio (lett.); cura; premura: It shall be my study to please him, sarà mia cura compiacerlo (o accontentarlo)
study group, gruppo di studio □ study leave, congedo per studio □ (org. az.) study office, ufficio studi □ a study in st., un perfetto (o un classico) esempio di qc.: His article is a study in intellectual snobbery, il suo articolo è un perfetto esempio di snobismo intellettuale □ (teatr.) to be a good [a slow] study, essere bravo [lento] a imparare la parte □ to be in a brown study, essere assorto nei propri pensieri.
♦ (to) study /ˈstʌdɪ/
A v. t.
1 studiare; esaminare; indagare; investigare: to study Latin [English, chemistry, economics], studiare il latino [l'inglese, la chimica, economia]; to study a book, studiare un libro; leggere attentamente un libro; to study the violin, studiare il violino; He studied the inscription on the wall, ha esaminato l'iscrizione sulla parete
2 (lett.) attendere a; curarsi di; ricercare: He studies only his family's welfare, si cura soltanto del benessere della sua famiglia
3 (form.) studiarsi, ingegnarsi, sforzarsi (di fare qc.)
B v. i.
1 studiare; essere studente
2 (arc.) meditare; ponderare
to study sb.'s face, scrutare la faccia di q.to study for the bar (o for a law degree), studiare legge □ (teatr.) to study one's part, studiare la (propria) parte □ to study under a good teacher, avere un bravo insegnante □ to study up, studiare bene; approfondire.
NOTA D'USO: -to study o to learn?-

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