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stu·di·ous

 (sto͞o′dē-əs, styo͞o′-)
adj.
1.
a. Given to diligent study: a quiet, studious child.
b. Relating to, suggestive of, or conducive to study: studious habits; a studious manner; studious seculsion.
2. Marked by steady attention and effort; assiduous: made a studious attempt to fix the television set.
3. Giving or evincing careful regard; heedful: "The major ... was very studious of his appearance" (H.E. Bates).

[Middle English, from Latin studiōsus, from studium, eagerness; see study.]

stu′di·ous·ly adv.
stu′di·ous·ness n.

studious

(ˈstjuːdɪəs)
adj
1. given to study
2. of a serious, thoughtful, and hard-working character
3. showing deliberation, care, or precision
[C14: from Latin studiōsus devoted to, from studium assiduity]
ˈstudiously adv
ˈstudiousness n

stu•di•ous

(ˈstu di əs, ˈstyu-)

adj.
1. disposed or given to diligent study.
2. concerned with or pertaining to study: studious interests.
3. zealous, assiduous, or painstaking: studious care.
4. carefully planned; studied.
5. devoted to or favorable for study.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin studiōsus=studi(um) (see study) + -ōsus -ous]
stu′di•ous•ly, adv.
stu′di•ous•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.studious - marked by care and effort; "made a studious attempt to fix the television set"
careful - exercising caution or showing care or attention; "they were careful when crossing the busy street"; "be careful to keep her shoes clean"; "did very careful research"; "careful art restorers"; "careful of the rights of others"; "careful about one's behavior"
2.studious - characterized by diligent study and fondness for reading; "a bookish farmer who always had a book in his pocket"; "a quiet studious child"
scholarly - characteristic of scholars or scholarship; "scholarly pursuits"; "a scholarly treatise"; "a scholarly attitude"

studious

adjective
2. intent, attentive, watchful, listening, concentrating, careful, regardful He had a look of studious concentration on his face.
intent indifferent, careless, negligent, inattentive
3. deliberate, planned, conscious, calculated, considered, studied, designed, thoughtful, intentional, wilful, purposeful, premeditated, prearranged the studious refusal of most of these firms to get involved in politics

studious

adjective
1. Devoted to study or reading:
2. Characterized by steady attention and effort:
3. Resulting from deliberation and careful thought:
Translations
مُجِد، مُجْتَهِد، مولَع بالدِّراسَه
snaživý
flittig
námfús, iîinn
darbščiai
centīgscītīgs
marljiv

studious

[ˈstjuːdɪəs] ADJ
1. (= devoted to study) → estudioso
2. (= thoughtful) → atento; [effort] → asiduo; [politeness] → calculado, esmerado

studious

[ˈstjuːdiəs] adj [person] → studieux/euse, appliqué(e)

studious

adj personfleißig, eifrig; life, habits, appearancegelehrsam; turn of mindlernbegierig; attention, piece of work, researchgewissenhaft, sorgfältig; avoidancegezielt, sorgsam; politenessbewusst; efforteifrig, beflissen (geh); a studious atmosphereeine eifrige Lernatmosphäre

studious

[ˈstjuːdɪəs] adj (person) → studioso/a; (attention to detail) → accurato/a

studious

(ˈstjuːdiəs) adjective
spending much time in careful studying. a studious girl.
ˈstudiously adverb
ˈstudiousness noun
References in classic literature ?
A distinguished personage happened to visit the school that morning, and Amy's beautifully drawn maps received praise, which honor to her foe rankled in the soul of Miss Snow, and caused Miss March to assume the airs of a studious young peacock.
But the former aspect of an intellectual and studious man, calm and quiet, which was what she best remembered in him, had altogether vanished, and been succeeded by a eager, searching, almost fierce, yet carefully guarded look.
At the time, I devoted three days to the studious digesting of all this beer, beef, and bread, during which many profound thoughts were incidentally suggested to me, capable of a transcendental and Platonic application; and, furthermore, I compiled supplementary tables of my own, touching the probable quantity of stock-fish, etc.
He was a studious man, reserved, and nothing of an orator; but he always had a pile of books under his desk in the hotel, and articles from his pen were beginning to attract attention in the party press.
Dinah, who required large intervals of reflection and repose, and was studious of ease in all her arrangements, was seated on the kitchen floor, smoking a short, stumpy pipe, to which she was much addicted, and which she always kindled up, as a sort of censer, whenever she felt the need of an inspiration in her arrangements.
My brother and I were ten years old, and well educated for that age, very studious, very fond of our books, and well grounded in the German, French, Spanish, and English languages.
I returned it to her; she received it quietly, and without saying anything she was about to relapse into her former studious mood: again I ventured to disturb her -
Clare was sitting in studious solitude over his books and his green tea, with his favorite black cat to keep him company, he heard footsteps in the passage -- the door opened -- and Frank stood before him.
Lorry could distinctly see), though still very pale, was calmly studious and attentive.
Doctor Strong regarded him with a puzzled and doubting look, which almost immediately subsided into a smile that gave me great encouragement; for it was full of amiability and sweetness, and there was a simplicity in it, and indeed in his whole manner, when the studious, pondering frost upon it was got through, very attractive and hopeful to a young scholar like me.
Without having any definite idea of the penalties I had incurred, it was clear to me that village boys could not go stalking about the country, ravaging the houses of gentlefolks and pitching into the studious youth of England, without laying themselves open to severe punishment.
So spake our Sire, and by his count'nance seemd Entring on studious thoughts abstruse, which EVE Perceaving where she sat retir'd in sight, With lowliness Majestic from her seat, And Grace that won who saw to wish her stay, Rose, and went forth among her Fruits and Flours, To visit how they prosper'd, bud and bloom, Her Nurserie; they at her coming sprung And toucht by her fair tendance gladlier grew.