Noun(1) an educator who works at a college or university
Adjective(1) associated with academia or an academy(2) hypothetical or theoretical and not expected to produce an immediate or practical result(3) marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects
(1) The question is of more than academic interest for players, officials and the WRU itself.(2) In eastern Europe there is an ironic return to pandering after western Europe, as Classicism once affected the formal precepts of French academic style.(3) This gives a total of around 113 identifiable anthropologists working in Australian academic environments.(4) I mean, I've got a few labs and some plans, but it's purely an academic interest for me.(5) A second factor was the development of scientific and technical education to confer coveted academic qualifications on the captains of industry.(6) she's very academic(7) Universities have been encouraged to provide more practical training and decrease the emphasis on academic study.(8) It's an academic course and there's lots of reading and writing.(9) Between 1940 and '42 he studied fine and commercial art, from academic nudes to lettering.(10) The dauntingly solid volumes also offer the reader an anthology of short extracts, specific illustrations of usage and enough etymological information to satisfy the more academic reader.(11) When I went back and read what is being proposed, some of the language suggests that the plan is to fund early drug discovery and development in an academic environment.(12) The outcome of a game where there is no personal investment is usually of academic interest.(13) Student farm managers report that academic integration - linking farm work directly to academic courses - can also be a challenge.(14) I chose to interview eleven Vietnamese refugee youths who received scholarships for their academic achievement.(15) My academic parents gave me ├ö├ç├┐The Times├ö├ç├û to read at 4.(16) Unlike most current academic thinkers, they believe the market is neither unpredictable nor random, that patterns lie buried in the mass of data that daily gushes forth.
(1) academic year :: Akademi år
(2) academic background :: akademisk baggrund
(3) academic degree :: akademisk grad
(4) academic title :: Akademisk titel
(5) academic record :: akademiske rekord
(6) academic qualifications :: akademiske kvalifikationer
(7) academic qualification :: akademiske kvalifikationer
(8) academic credit :: akademisk kredit
(9) academic discipline :: akademisk disciplin
(10) academic work :: akademisk arbejde
2. scholarly ::
3. theoretical ::
4. donnish ::
5. scholar ::
6. academician ::
academic, academical, academics, nonacademic
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Based on your ACADEMIC record,
any number of things, I would imagine.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 16
Well, you'll always
be an ACADEMIC success...
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 20
I've long said, what you
lack in ACADEMIC knowledge
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 5
through ACADEMIC prisms...
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 20
...and sets them on an ACADEMIC track
towards the hard sciences.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 18
English to Danish Dictionary: academic
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