play truant


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Translations
يِتَغَيَّبيَتَغَيَّب عن المَدْرَسَه بِغَيْر إذْن
chodit za školujít za školu
pjække
lintsata
ne ići u školu, markirati
iskola: iskolát kerüllóg
skrópa
サボる
무단결석하다
chodiť za školu
skolka
หนีโรงเรียน
trốn học

truant

(ˈtruənt) noun
someone who stays away from school etc without permission. The truants were caught and sent back to school.
ˈtruancy noun
Truancy is a great problem in some schools.
play truant
to be a truant and stay away from school etc. He was always playing truant (from school).

play truant

يِتَغَيَّب jít za školu pjække schwänzen κάνω σκασιαρχείο dejar de asistir, hacer novillos lintsata faire l’école buissonnière ne ići u školu, markirati marinare la scuola サボる 무단결석하다 spijbelen skulke wagarować faltar às aulas, matar aula прогуливать skolka หนีโรงเรียน okuldan kaçmak trốn học 逃学
References in classic literature ?
SOCRATES: Then consider the matter in this way:--Imagine that I am about to play truant (you may call the proceeding by any name which you like), and the laws and the government come and interrogate me: 'Tell us, Socrates,' they say; 'what are you about?
SOCRATES: Because they require to be fastened in order to keep them, and if they are not fastened they will play truant and run away.
In nearby Lancashire, youngsters looked after by Manchester, Stockport and Rochdale councils are all more likely to play truant than all schoolchildren in those boroughs.
Magistrates have the power to give prison sentences to parents who let their children play truant.
Parents can be hit with fixed penalty notices and fines if their children play truant.
They will also face tougher penalties if their children regularly play truant, the Sunday Mirror can reveal.
I AM most interested to see the Prime Minister intends to cut the benefits of parents of children who regularly play truant.
PARENTS have been caught allowing their children to play truant from school as a "treat for Christmas".
FALKIRK Council need to think about the kids who behave in school, instead of paying the wasters who play truant to come in.
WHEN Midland mum-of-three Tanya Brookes was jailed for allowing her son to play truant, the authorities thought it would teach her a lesson.
I CAN'T believe the story about kids who play truant being allowed to have a two-hour horse riding lesson at Barn-ston Riding Centre, costing pounds 25 each (ECHO, April 2).
A mother who admitted letting her children play truant more than 300 times in six months was spared jail yesterday.