academic

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˌækəˈdɛmɪk/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˌækəˈdɛmɪk/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ak′ə demik)


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academic

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. according to academics (and intellectuals)
  2. never wanted to become an academic
  3. had [success, failure] as an academic
  4. has been [successful] as an academic
  5. a [successful, brilliant, revolutionary] academic
  6. [designed, intended] for academics (and intellectuals)
  7. for academics and non-academics alike
  8. an [event, meeting, conference] for academics
  9. a [meeting, gathering] of academics
  10. [grants, subsidies, scholarships] for academics
  11. has been [praised, rejected, lauded, recommended] by academics
  12. [carried out, conducted, researched] by academics
  13. The [school, college, institution] is known for (rigorous) academics.
  14. Academics are [an important, a crucial] part of [our, this] program.
  15. You need to focus more on your academics.
  16. Focus on improving your academics.
  17. you need to improve your academics (if)
  18. If you don't improve your academics, you will [fail, be expelled].
  19. His academics are suffering from too much time spent on [extracurricular activities, sports].
  20. His [extracurricular activities] are (negatively) [impacting, influencing] his academics.
adj
  1. during the academic [year, calendar, semester]
  2. is an academic [student, child]
  3. [publish, offer, design] academic programs
  4. [write, publish] an academic [paper, essay, report]
  5. conduct academic research
  6. is making [good, poor] academic progress
  7. has passed [seven] academic subjects
  8. in the academic community
  9. [recognized, rewarded] for his academic [achievement, performance]
  10. [poor, high] academic integrity
  11. is on academic probation
  12. academic [advising, services, institutions]
  13. is trying to be [more, less] academic
  14. [the result, her presence, complaining] is academic
  15. whether he [knows, comes, applies] or not is academic
  16. is [purely, simply, just, merely] academic
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