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studenty

(ˈstjuːdəntɪ)
adj
informal sometimes derogatory denoting or exhibiting the characteristics believed typical of an undergraduate student
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"Yes, but I find that quite charming, a bit studenty and almost erotic," she says - before revealing her You Only Live Once approach to life.
(2) Department of Software Engineering, Kaunas University of Technology, Studenty St.
These authors believe that a classroom methodology and management that continually deny participants the ability to link their current activity to their future L2 self-visions, particularly regarding "studenty" tasks, will result in demotivation (Dornyei & Kubanyiova, 2014, p.
(***) Kaunas University of Technology, Studenty 56, 51424 Kaunas, Lithuania, E-mail: edmundas.kibirkstis@ktu.lt
Mazov, "Afrikanskie Studenty v Moskve v God Afriki [African Students in Moscow in the Year of Africa]," Vostok, No.
(17) Z tohoto duvodu je text urcen predevsim pro studenty oboru Portugalsky jazyk a literatura uvedene univerzity.
Andreev, Russkie studenty v nemetskikh universitetakh XVIII-pervoi poloinny XIX veka (Moscow: Znak, 2005), 110-19.
"Very generally, the Mock The Week audience is more studenty, whereas Radio 4 the average age is 54 or something ridiculous.
Probably more "studenty" the atmosphere is warm and welcoming, The Royal Oak is one of the most famous bars in the whole city and the starting point for any good pub crawl in Headingly.
This is quite a studenty area and can get loud at night but it's usually leafy and nice."
(24) Aleksandr Arefyev and Franz Sheregi, Inostrannye studenty v rossiiskih vuzah [Foreign Students in Russian Universities] (Moscow: Russian Ministry of Education and Science, 2014), p.