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school·ing

 (sko͞o′lĭng)
n.
1. Instruction or training given at school.
2. Education obtained through experience or exposure: Her tumultuous childhood was a unique schooling.
3. The training of a horse or a horse and rider in equitation.
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schooling

(ˈskuːlɪŋ)
n
1. (Education) education, esp when received at school
2. the process of teaching or being taught in a school
3. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) the training of an animal, esp of a horse for dressage
4. an archaic word for reprimand
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school•ing

(ˈsku lɪŋ)

n.
1. instruction, education, or training, esp. when received in a school.
2. Archaic. a reprimand.
[1400–50]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.schooling - the act of teaching at schoolschooling - the act of teaching at school  
teaching, pedagogy, instruction - the profession of a teacher; "he prepared for teaching while still in college"; "pedagogy is recognized as an important profession"
2.schooling - the process of being formally educated at a school; "what will you do when you finish school?"
education - the gradual process of acquiring knowledge; "education is a preparation for life"; "a girl's education was less important than a boy's"
3.schooling - the training of an animal (especially the training of a horse for dressage)
grooming, training, preparation - activity leading to skilled behavior
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schooling

noun
1. teaching, education, tuition, formal education, book-learning normal schooling has been severely disrupted
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schooling

noun
The act, process, or art of imparting knowledge and skill:
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Translations
šolanje

schooling

[ˈskuːlɪŋ] N (= education) → instrucción f, enseñanza f; (= studies) → estudios mpl
compulsory schoolingescolaridad f obligatoria
he had little formal schoolingapenas asistió a la escuela
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schooling

[ˈskuːlɪŋ] n (= studies) → études fpl (= educational background) → instruction fschool inspector schools inspector n (British) (secondary)inspecteur/trice m/f d'académie; (primary)inspecteur/trice m/f primaireschool kid schoolkid [ˈskuːlkɪd] nécolier/ière m/fschool leaver school-leaver [ˈskuːlliːvər] n (British) jeune qui vient d'achever sa scolaritéschool-leaving age nâge m de fin de scolaritéschool library nbibliothèque f scolaire, centre m de documentationschool lunch (mainly US) school meal ndéjeuner m à la cantine (scolaire)
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schooling

n (= education)Ausbildung f; compulsory schooling was introduced in 18701870 wurde die Schulpflicht eingeführt; compulsory schooling lasts 11 yearsdie (gesetzlich) vorgeschriebene Schulzeit dauert 11 Jahre
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schooling

[ˈskuːlɪŋ] nistruzione f
compulsory schooling → istruzione f obbligatoria, scuola dell'obbligo
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References in classic literature ?
Those girls had grown up in the first bitter-hard times, and had got little schooling themselves.
The remembrance of Rebecca was so vivid that their sister Aurelia's letter was something of a shock to the quiet, elderly spinsters of the brick house; for it said that Hannah could not possibly be spared for a few years yet, but that Rebecca would come as soon as she could be made ready; that the offer was most thankfully appreciated, and that the regular schooling and church privileges, as well as the influence of the Sawyer home, would doubtless be "the making of Rebecca"
"He had good schooling in his young days and can speak like a book when so minded; and brave--a lion's nothing alongside of Long John!
Of course, I know that I am not an educated man, and have received but a sorry schooling, and have had no inclination for it, and think too much of Rataziaev, if you will; but he is my friend, and therefore, I must put in a word or two for him.
Also, my schooling was becoming financially impossible.
It's in hand, though; and young Tom, who rather sticks to business at present - something new for him; he hadn't the schooling I had - is helping.
This is my schooling, major; and if one neglects the book, there is little chance of learning from the open land of Providence.
It was being taught merely how to kneel in the way that is ever a delight to the audiences who see only the results of the schooling and never dream of the manner of the schooling.
But it has been years since we parted, and your gentle schooling has polished you off mightily."
My destiny being toward a communion with man--or rather with woman--I have ever looked upon these silent communications with the astronomer as so much preparatory schooling, in order that my mind might be prepared for its own avenir, and not be blinded by an undue appreciation of the importance of its future associates.