Education

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Definition

education: teaching, schooling, tutoring; learning, training
noun

an educational (game): a (game) designed to teach, tutor or improve one's knowledge
adjective
Pronunciation examples
UK: His university education helped him find a good job.
US: My company produces educational videos for schools.
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Examples

  • "Then we'll need an education branch to spread our Western propaganda, I'll probably have to wear some local garb to fit in."
  • "Hannah : Yes, and we didn't get any help with relocation costs, or a free private education for our hypothetical children."
  • "This includes finding your new home and paying the rent, shipping your furniture to your chosen destination, and even providing a private American education for your children."
  • "Although he never received a formal education, Delavigne became a talented chemist and an accomplished perfumer through his hard work and dedication."
  • "Xavier never received a formal education, but he became a talented chemist and an accomplished perfumer."
  • "In the US, the higher a person's income and level of education, the more likely they are to vote."
  • "Warbuckle's Department Stores is sponsoring a Zambian gold mine, and will provide free education for all miners under 10 years old."
  • "EDUCATION 1981–1985 Evergreen State University, Olympia."
  • "Customer assistance representative EDUCATION"

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