schoolkid

schoolkid

(ˈskuːlˌkɪd)
n
a child who attends school
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schoolkid

[ˈskuːlkɪd] Ncolegial(a) m/f, niño/a m/f de colegio
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QI WOULD like a parka for the school run, but I want one with a luxurious (faux) fur collar, that doesn''t make me look like a schoolkid and I don''t want to spend more than PS200.
THE Queen appears to bristle as she is shown a schoolkid's colourful painting of Margaret Thatcher.
As every schoolkid knows, the light from distant stars can take so long to reach us that we may often be looking at objects that no longer exist.
IF kids in Glasgow support either Celtic or Rangers from cradle to grave then Harry Hood still played rugby as a schoolkid.
Perhaps our fears of poison gas are based on the O-level chemistry notes of a teenage schoolkid andour concerns about Saddam's nuclear capacity on someone's failed A-level physics exam.
And they'll be backed by fans belting out a reggae tribute to Juventus striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic dubbed "Who's Da Man" - sung by schoolkid Frans Jeppson-Wall.
Makoto Konono (voiced by Riisa Naka) is a scatterbrained schoolkid who seems to waste her time with boy pals Chiaki and Kousuke.
Clyde top scorer Brian - who is set to attract a bid from Hearts this week - was a schoolkid being taught soccer skills by Coop when he was struck down by a brain haemhorrage five years ago.
ONE is a schoolkid with huge natural talent, the other one of the best players England has ever had.
Schoolkids in Paisley have been literally rocking around the Christmas tree this festive season.
He'd just lost his third fight in succession, had worn the WBU belt around his waist and had decided to spend more time keeping the city's schoolkids off the streets in a series of boxing classes.
Another P15 million was allocated for the purchase of nutribun (nutritious loaf of bread) and milk for schoolkids in selected schools in the city to ease malnutrition among schoolkids.