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ac·a·dem·ic

 (ăk′ə-dĕm′ĭk)
adj.
1.
a. Of or relating to institutionalized education and scholarship, especially at a college or university.
b. Of or relating to studies that rely on reading and involve abstract thought rather than being primarily practical or technical.
c. Relating to scholarly performance: a student's academic average.
2. Academic Of or relating to the conservative style of art promoted by an official academy, especially the Académie des Beaux Arts in France in the nineteenth century.
3. Having little practical use or value, as by being overly detailed, unengaging, or theoretical: dismissed the article as a dry, academic exercise.
4. Having no important consequence or relevancy: The debate about who is to blame has become academic because the business has left town.
n.
1. A faculty member or scholar at an institution of higher learning, such as a university.
2. One who has an academic viewpoint or a scholarly background.

ac′a·dem′i·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.academically - in regard to academic mattersacademically - in regard to academic matters; "academically, this is a good school"
Translations
أكَاديمياً، جامِعِياً
akademicky
elvontan
á hefîbundinn hátt, í viîteknum stíl
akademicky
akademik açıdan

academically

[ˌækəˈdemɪkəlɪ] ADV
1. (Scol, Univ) an academically gifted childun niño con grandes dotes intelectuales
academically, the boy is below averageen los estudios el chico está por debajo del promedio
she's outstanding academicallyes muy brillante desde el punto de vista académico
an academically renowned professorun catedrático de renombre en círculos universitarios
an academically sound argumentun argumento sólido desde el punto de vista intelectual
2. (= theoretically) to argue academicallydar razones puramente teóricas

academically

[ˌækəˈdɛmɪkli] adv (at school)sur le plan scolaire; (at university)sur le plan universitaire
to do well academically → bien réussir dans ses études

academically

adv
wissenschaftlich; to be academically inclinedgeistige Interessen haben; to be academically mindedwissenschaftlich denken; academically respectablewissenschaftlich akzeptabel; academically giftedintellektuell begabt
she is not doing well academically (Sch) → sie ist in der Schule nicht gut; (Univ) → sie ist mit ihrem Studium nicht sehr erfolgreich; she’s good at handicraft but is not doing so well academicallyim Werken ist sie gut, aber in den wissenschaftlichen Fächern hapert es

academy

(əˈkӕdəmi) plural aˈcademies noun
1. a higher school for special study. Academy of Music.
2. a society to encourage science, art etc. The Royal Academy.
3. a type of senior school.
academic (ӕkəˈdemik) adjective
of or concerning study especially in schools, colleges etc. an academic career.
noun
a university or college teacher.
academic ˈyear noun
that part of the year when students go to school, college or university. The academic year ends in June.
acaˈdemically (ӕkəˈde-) adverb
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