college

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈkɒlɪdʒ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈkɑlɪdʒ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(kolij)


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college

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [private, public] college
  2. US: a [technical, four-year, state, junior, community] college
  3. an [online, accredited] college
  4. UK: [a further, an adult] education college
  5. US: the (local) community college
  6. US: [medical, university, state, graduate] college
  7. [Jesus, Trinity, Harvard] College
  8. [Jesus] College, [Cambridge]
  9. applying to colleges
  10. got into college
  11. dropped out of college
  12. [finished, left] college (in May)
  13. US: graduated from college
  14. US: sent their [son, children] to the [state, best] college
  15. US: is (going) off to college
  16. US: [is going, went] to college in [Maryland]
  17. US: is [studying, teaching] at the College of [Maryland]
  18. US: never [went, got to go] to college
  19. US: never finished college
  20. the College of [Medicine, Art, Engineering] (at)
  21. UK: the College of [Accountants, Surgeons, Physicians]
  22. UK: the Royal College of [Physicians]
  23. [academies, private schools] and colleges
n as adj
  1. college [football, sports]
  2. college [dorms, housing, dining, fees]
  3. college [students, girls, professors]
  4. [has, get] a college degree
  5. a [first, second] -year college student
  6. a college party
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