collegiate institute


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collegiate institute

n
(Education) Canadian (in certain provinces) a large secondary school with an academic, rather than vocational, emphasis

colle′giate in′stitute



n.
(in Canada) a fully accredited high school teaching academic subjects under the supervision of a provincial government.
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