schooldays


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Noun1.schooldays - the time of life when you are going to schoolschooldays - the time of life when you are going to school
time of life - a period of time during which a person is normally in a particular life state
Translations
أيام التَّلْمَذَه
školní léta
skoletid
diákévek
skólaskylda
školské roky
šolski dan
okul günleri

schooldays

[ˈskuːldeɪz] NPLaños mpl del colegio

schooldays

[ˈskuːldeɪz] nplannées fpl de scolaritéschool dinner (British) ndéjeuner m à la cantine (scolaire)school district n (US)secteur m scolaireschool fees nplfrais mpl de scolaritéschool friend schoolfriend [ˈskuːlfrɛnd] nami(e) m/f d'école

schooldays

[ˈskuːlˌdeɪz] npltempi mpl della scuola

school1

(skuːl) noun
1. a place for teaching especially children. She goes to the school; He's not at university – he's still at school; (American) He's still in school.
2. the pupils of a school. The behaviour of this school in public is sometimes not very good.
3. a series of meetings or a place for instruction etc. She runs a sewing school; a driving school.
4. a department of a university or college dealing with a particular subject. the School of Mathematics.
5. (American) a university or college.
6. a group of people with the same ideas etc. There are two schools of thought about the treatment of this disease.
verb
to train through practice. We must school ourselves to be patient.
ˈschoolbag noun
a bag for carrying books etc to and from school. She had a schoolbag on her back.
ˈschoolboy, ˈschoolgirl nouns
a boy or girl who goes to school.
ˈschoolchild nounplural ˈschoolchildren
a child who goes to school.
ˈschool-day noun
a day on which children go to school. On a school-day I get up at seven o'clock.
ˈschooldays noun plural
the time of a person's life during which he goes to school.
ˈschoolfellow noun
a person who is or was taught at the same school, especially in the same class. I met an old schoolfellow of yours.
ˈschool-leaver noun
a school-pupil who is about to leave, or has just left, school eg because he has finished his course of education there.
ˈschoolmaster nounfeminine ˈschoolmistress
a person who teaches in school.
ˈschoolmate noun
a schoolfellow, especially a friend.
ˈschool-teacher noun
a person who teaches in a school.
References in classic literature ?
The invitation was the more acceptable because Sir Charles was no mushroom noble, and, in the schooldays which Gertrude now remembered as the happiest of her life, she had acknowledged that Jane's family and connections were more aristocratic than those of any other student then at Alton, herself excepted.
Yet it was not because I had to study that I used to weep, and in time I grew more used to things, and, after my schooldays were over, shed tears only when I was parting with friends.
Call him RAYMOND FITZOSBORNE," suggested Diana, who had a store of such names laid away in her memory, relics of the old "Story Club," which she and Anne and Jane Andrews and Ruby Gillis had had in their schooldays.
Prince Maiyo is a man, not an overgrown boy to go through life shooting birds, playing games which belong properly to your schooldays, and hanging round the stage doors of half the theatres in London.
Of his schooldays we know little, but we can guess, for one story that has come down to us, that he was a shy, nervous boy.
The Best Days of our Lives: Schooldays is a funny, nostalgic book and will be on the bookshelves from October 1, in time for the Christmas market.
Memories of schooldays tend on the whole to be written by the successful and in recall a hazy glow is often cast.
Made worse by the fact that Strauss talks of KP - straight out of Tom Brown's Schooldays - like a snooty prefect lambasting a fag.
He is bloody fuming about his schooldays, hope he cheers up in the next 350 pages or this could be tough going Josh Widdicombe@joshwiddicombe Why is Cameron wearing a high visibility jacket, and a hard hat?
The "fixed period exclusions" - temporarily banning children from attending lessons - cover state-funded primary, secondary and special schools and show a rise not just in the number of school suspensions, but also in the number of schooldays lost.
Schooldays are vitally important for the young to be able to take their place in adult life, to make friends, to learn to share and to develop as individuals as well as to develop an understanding of so much of what they will face.
EDUCATION Secretary Michael Gove apologised today to his French teacher for misbehaving during his Aberdeen schooldays.