academic

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الإنجليزية - التركية
akademik

Zaman zaman daha akademik biriyle detaylı bir konuşma yapmak istiyorum. - I like to have a deep conversation with a more academic person from time to time.

Yazar düşüncesini onu akademik araştırma ile destekleyerek belirtiyor. - The author states his opinion supporting it with academic research.

pratiğe dayanmayan
soyut
kuramsal
(birdemde) öğretim görevlisi
{s} bilimsel

O dilde bilimsel bir yazı okudum ve neredeyse her şeyi anladım ama başlangıç seviyesindekiler için yazılmış bir hikayeyi okumaya çalıştığımda hiçbir şey anlamadım. - I read an academic article in that language and understood almost everything, but when I tried reading a story for beginners I understood nothing.

mücerret
{i} üniversite öğretim görevlisi
akademik personel
{s} teorik
ilmi
{s} pratik değeri/önemi olmayan
{s} resmi, kitabi
eğitimle ilgili
resmi
entel
akademisyen

Akademisyen öğrenciler sınıfta başkalarına yardımcı oldu. - The academically talented students helped others in the classroom.

entelektüel
academic suicide
Akademik intihar
academic degree
akademik derece
academic staff
akademik personel
academic term
sömestir
academic year
öğretim yılı
academic background
Akademik geçmiş

She has a good academic backround.

academic calender
akademik takvim
academic life
akademik hayat
academic year
akademik yıl

Akademik yıl eylül ayında başladı. - The academic year began in September.

Arkadaşım bir akademik yılda mezun oluyor. - My friend graduates in one academic year.

academic year
eğitim öğretim yılı
academic costume
akademik kıyafet
academic dress
akademik kıyafet
english for academic purposes
(Dilbilim) akademik amaçlı ingilizce
academically
akademik olarak
non academic
olmayan akademik
academical
kuramsal
academical
bilimsel
academical
teorik
academical
akademik

Ben akademik odaklı olmadığımı düşünüyorum. - I think that I'm not academically oriented.

Kızlar akademik alanda oğlanlardan daha hırslıdır. - Girls are more ambitious academically than boys.

academics
akademik kıyafet
inter academic organizations
(Eğitim) akademiler arası kuruluşlar
supreme academic board
(Askeri) akademi yüksek kurulu
undergraduate academic degree
(Eğitim) üniversite mezuniyeti
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Having no practical importance
A person who attends an academy
A member of the Academy; a follower of Plato, a Platonist

Carneades the academick, when he was to write against Zeno the stoick, purged himself with hellebor first .

A member of an academy, college, or university; an academician
Being scholarly; literary or classical, in distinction from scientific
Belonging to the school or philosophy of Plato; as, the academic sect or philosophy
Belonging to an academy or other higher institution of learning
Having an aptitude for study
Conforming to set rules and traditions
of or pertaining to an academy, college, or university
{a} pertaining to an academy
{n} a student at, or member of, an academy
{n} a Platonic philosopher
Pertaining to a liberal arts program of study, as opposed to a professional or technical one Term used with degree, program, or course
refers to subject matter in a formal schooling context
Based on formal education; scholarly; conventional
your GPA is under 2 0 or you don't pass 67% of your attempted credits
1 Scholarly 2 Theoretical 3 Conventional 4 Impractical
art that conforms to traditional standards or the standards of a particular academy or school
akademik
The normal meaning of academic is the activities and people of educational institutions In philosophy and logic, the word has a different meaning An idea is academic if no possible course of action or perception is affected, whether or not it is true It is an irrelevant idea
refers to subjects such as reading, math, social studies, science, etc
Year The period composed of fall and spring semesters
A term used to describe any collegiate course of study; a term used to describe areas of study falling under the traditional scholarly disciplines, as distinct from directly vocational or technical programs
Strict observance of conventional rules Close
an educator who works at a college or university
associated with academia or an academy; "the academic curriculum"; "academic gowns"
Support Refers to budget/expenditures to provide support services for the institution's primary missions: instruction, research, and public service It includes the retention, preservation, and display of educational materials (e g , libraries); media such as audiovisual services and technology such as computing support; academic administration (including academic deans but not department chairs); and personnel development
marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects
Courses that are offered and/or required to obtain a four-year Bachelor's degree
Transcript An official statement of a student's academic record in a course
hypothetical or theoretical and not expected to produce an immediate or practical result; "an academic discussion"; "an academic question" marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects associated with academia or an academy; "the academic curriculum"; "academic gowns
One holding the philosophy of Socrates and Plato; a Platonist
Belonging to an academy or other higher institution of learning; scholarly; literary or classical, in distinction from scientific
Academic is used to describe things that relate to schools, colleges, and universities. the start of the last academic year I'd had enough of academic life
Academic is used to describe things that relate to the work done in schools, colleges, and universities, especially work which involves studying and reasoning rather than practical or technical skills. Their academic standards are high I was terrible at school and left with few academic qualifications + academically aca·dem·ical·ly He is academically gifted
hypothetical or theoretical and not expected to produce an immediate or practical result; "an academic discussion"; "an academic question"
{s} learned, educated; scholastic; theoretical; of learning or academia
An academic is a member of a university or college who teaches or does research. = scholar
Someone who is academic is good at studying. The system is failing most disastrously among less academic children
marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects associated with academia or an academy; "the academic curriculum"; "academic gowns
You can say that a discussion or situation is academic if you think it is not important because it has no real effect or cannot happen. Such is the size of the problem that these arguments are purely academic. = theoretical. a teacher in a college or university
{i} one who has scholarly leanings; member of an academic institution, professor
Academic is used to describe work, or a school, college, or university, that places emphasis on studying and reasoning rather than on practical or technical skills. The author has settled for a more academic approach
academial
academic bulimia
an approach to test taking, in which information is memorized then purged on test day, never to be recalled again
academic discipline
A branch of knowledge or learning which is taught or researched at the college or university level
academic freedom
The right to freely teach or learn without unreasonable interference from authority
academic institution
An educational institution dedicated to higher education and research, which grants academic degrees
academic staff
workers of a university or college
academic suicide
At the college level, undertaking a seemingly-impossible course load to the point of total mental meltdown. Often seen in the more technical disciplines, such as engineering and the sciences
Academic Sports Association
students' sports organization
academic achievement
instructional success, success in education
academic administrator
an administrator in a college or university
academic art
{i} art governed by rules and influence of European academies or universities
academic career
profession in a university or college, profession of studying
academic costume
a costume worn on formal occasions by the faculty or students of a university or college
academic degree
an award conferred by a college or university signifying that the recipient has satisfactorily completed a course of study; "he earned his degree at Princeton summa cum laude
academic degree
Title conferred by a college or university to indicate completion of a course of study or extent of academic achievement. In medieval Europe there were only two degrees: master (a scholar of arts and grammar) and doctor (a scholar of philosophy, theology, medicine, or law). The baccalaureate, or bachelor's degree, was originally simply a stage toward mastership. In contemporary France the baccalauréat is conferred on the completion of secondary education, the licence on completion of a three-to four-year program of university study, the maîtrise on the passing of advanced examinations, and the doctorat on completion of several years of advanced academic studies. Other contemporary degrees include the Bachelor of Arts (B.A. or A.B.) or Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree, typically awarded after a four-year program of college study; the Master of Arts (M.A.) or Master of Science (M.S.) degree, earned after a year or two of additional study; and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), earned after several years of post-baccalaureate study and research. In the mid-20th century the Associate of Arts degree (A.A.) began to be awarded by U.S. junior colleges. Common professional degrees are the Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) and the Doctor of Medicine (M.D.). Honorary degrees are granted without regard to academic achievement
academic degree
certification given by a college or university to one who has completed a course of study (i.e. liberal arts degree)
academic department
a division of a school that is responsible for a given subject
academic discipline
{i} field of study, branch of study, discipline
academic discussion
{i} debate on academic subjects, debate about high-level studies
academic education
university education, studies in a university or college
academic freedom
Liberty to teach, pursue, and discuss knowledge without restriction or interference, as by school or public officials
academic freedom
Freedom in research and in publishing the results, subject to the adequate performance of other academic duties; freedom in the classroom in discussing faculty's subject but not controversial matter that has no relation to the subject
academic freedom
The right of a worker in academic institutions to research and teach their beliefs without their livelihood being placed in jeopardy by those who disagree
academic freedom
the freedom of teachers and students to express their ideas in school without religious or political or institutional restrictions
academic freedom
freedom to make unpopular or unconventional decisions based on the idea that learning must be free
academic freedom
The opportunity for teachers and students to learn, teach, study, research, and question without censorship, coercion, or external political and other restrictive influences
academic gown
a gown worn by academics or judges
academic hours
hours of coursework towards academic credit
academic institution
university, college, institute of higher learning
academic leave
sabbatical, break from one's usual academic responsibilities to travel and study independently
academic major
subject of concentrated study toward an university degree
academic preparatory class
course preparing a student for acceptance to an academic institution; remedial coursework
academic profession
career in a university or college, career of higher studies
academic program
A general program of studies designed to prepare students for the common activities of a citizen, family member, and worker A general program of studies may include instruction in both academic and vocational areas
academic program
Combination of college and level Combines the academic group with the career of a student For example: Arts and Sciences undergraduate, Education graduate, etc
academic program
Instructional program leading toward an associate's, bachelor's, or master's degree or resulting in credits that can be applied to one of these degrees
academic program
Subset of the curriculum: a cluster of courses which fit together in some way, usually in the sense of tending toward the same goal For purposes of assessment, a given course may be situated in more than one "program": e g WR 121 could be looked at as part of the College's writing program, also its Basic Skills program, its English Composition program, etc
academic program
(education) a program of education in liberal arts and sciences (usually in preparation for higher education)
academic program
A program of study generally structured around a topic or profession, the specifics of which are determined by the education provider
academic program
A particular course of studies
academic program
The program within an institution to which a student applies, is admitted, and ultimately graduates There are typically only a few of these programs at the undergraduate level; many PS functions/items are linked to "program" such as transfer credit and financial aid eligibility In the VCCS, academic programs (with the associated career in parenthesis) are Curricular (Credit), Non-Curricular (Credit), NOFA - No Financial Aid (Credit), Non-Credit (Non-Credit), and CEU (CEU)
academic program
A formal, published course of study that, when successfully completed by a properly enrolled student, culminates in the award of a recognized degree or certificate
academic question
theoretical question, question based on assumption
academic record
transcript of grades received during academic study
academic relation
a professional relation between instructors and those they instruct
academic requirement
a requirement for admission to or completion of an academic program
academic staff
Members of staff who contribute to teaching and research and participate in professional activities and academic planning and governance of the institution The balance of functions vary according to level and position (See Conditions of Employment for academic salary rates, etc )
academic staff
the staff comprised of those persons having academic rank or qualified academic rank
academic staff
Staff members employed under an Academic staff employment contract
academic year
A period of time schools use to measure a quantity of study For example, a school's academic year may consist of a fall and spring semester, during which a student must complete 24 semester hours Academic years vary from school to school, and even from educational program to educational program at the same school
academic year
The period of formal instruction, usually late August/early September through late May/early June; may be divided into terms of varying lengths – semesters, trimesters, or quarters
academic year
A measure of academic work to be accomplished by a student A school defines its own academic year, but federal regulations set minimum standards schools must adhere to it they wish to award federal financial aid funds For instance, the academic year must be at least 30 weeks of instructional time in which a full-time student is expected to complete at least 24 semester or trimester hours, 36 quarter hours, or 900 clock hours
academic year
A period of time in which a full-time student is expected to complete the equivalent of at least 24 semester or trimester hours or 36 quarter hours at a school which measures academic progress in credit hours and uses semester, trimester or quarter system
academic year
Two full semesters, starting in the fall and continuing into the spring (e g , Fall '94 and Spring '95 = AY94-95); does not include summer
academic year
A period of at least 30 weeks of instructional time during which a full-time student is expected to complete at least 24 semester or trimester hours, or at least 36 quarter hours, at an institution that measures program length in credit hours; or at least 900 clock hours at an institution that measures program length in clock hours
academic year
Time in which a full-time student should complete two semesters, two trimesters, or three quarters at a college, university, technical or vocational school
academic year
This term refers to the period from the beginning of the fall semester through the end of the spring semester It is synonymous with a nine-month appointment
academic year
The period of learning either theoretical through formal instruction or specialised training The Academic year in the UK usually extends from June to April It may be divided into semesters (higher education courses), tri semesters (specialised courses such as MBA), or quarters (schools)
academic year
The measure of the academic work to be accomplished by a student each year as defined by the school For instance, at a school that uses terms, the academic year must contain at least 30 weeks of instructional time in which a full-time student is expected to complete at least 24 semester or trimester hours, 36 quarter hours, or 900 clock hours
academic year
This is a measure of academic work to be accomplished by a student A school defines its own academic year, but federal statute and regulations set minimum standards to determine federal financial aid awards For instance, the academic year must be at least 30 weeks of instructional time in which a full-time student is expected to complete at least 24 semester or trimester credit hours, 36 quarter credit hours, or 900 clock hours
academic year
The school year, normally comprised of the fall and spring semesters The summer term is a separate period, not included in the academic year You should always apply for financial aid for the academic year and, if you decide to attend summer school, you must apply separately for aid for summer
academic year
The period during which school is in session, consisting of at least 30 weeks of instructional time The school year typically runs from the beginning of September through the end of May at most colleges and universities
academic year
A period of time usually consisting of two semesters or three quarters or trimesters, each with a certain amount of credit hours
academic year
That period of time from the opening of Fall Semester to the closing of the next Spring Semester is the "academic year " Summer Session is specifically excluded
academic year
the period of the year during which there are school or university classes
academic year
the period which includes the Fall Semester and Spring Semester (A separate Summer Session, not part of the Academic Year, is held, with dates as noted in the academic calendar )
academic year
The time period containing the academic sessions held during consecutive Summer, Fall, and Spring semesters
academic year
college or university year, a year of learning in a higher education establishment
academic year
the period of time each year when the school is open and people are studying
academic year
A list of important dates and deadlines for the academic period beginning in September and ending at the end of the following August
academic year
Usually, consecutive Fall and Spring semesters, currently August through April; sometimes, however, Summer semester is included in the term "academic year " In Florida, the Summer term precedes Fall and Spring semesters in the school year For example, Summer 1996, Fall 1996, and Spring 1997 terms constitute Academic Year 1996-97
academic year
This is a measure of the academic work to be accomplished by the student The school defines its own academic year, but the federal regulations set minimum standards for the purpose of determining SFA awards For instance, the academic year at a term school must be at least two semesters, two trimesters, or three quarters and must include at least 30 weeks of instructional time Unlike the award year, an academic year does not have to begin and end at the same time for all students As an example, one student might enroll as a full-time student in September and complete one academic year of study in May, while another student might enroll as a half-time student in January and take twice as long to complete an academic year
academic year
The period during which school is in session, consisting of at least 30 weeks of instructional time
academic year
A time period of at least 30 instructional weeks in which a full-time undergraduate student is expected to complete: 24 semester or trimester hours or 36 quarter hours at an institution using credit hours in an educational program whose length is measured in credit hours, or at least 900 clock hours at an institution using clock hours There is an exception to the 30-week requirement for schools with at least a two-year or four-year academic program that leads to an associate or bachelor's degree Those schools may request, in writing, that ED reduce the minimum period of instructional time of the academic year for any of its programs -- as long as they are at least 26 weeks in length
Joint Academic Network
A British, private, government-funded computer network dedicated to education and research. Abbreviation: JANET
academically
In an academic style or way
academically
From an academic perspective

Academically, the football team is counter-productive.

academics
Academia
academics
plural form of academic
academical
{a} pertaining to an academy
Academically
in regard to academic matters; "academically, this is a good school"
academical
Variant spelling of academic
academical
Belonging to the school or philosophy of Plato; as, the Academic sect or philosophy
academical
Belonging to an academy or other higher institution of learning; scholarly; literary or classical, in distinction from scientific
academical
{s} scholastic; theoretical; of learning or academia
academically
in regard to academic matters; "academically, this is a good school
academically
In an academical manner
academically
In terms of educational achievement
academically
In an academic manner
academically
from an intellectual point of view; in an academic manner
academics
{i} courses and studies that are taken or studied at a university or college; academic activities of a university or a school
academics
Philosophers of the third and second centuries B C in what had been Plato's Academy; they had the reputation of maintaining that all things are inapprehensible
academics
Academic staff include both those with academic rank, and instructors, as well as those described under Other Academics Deans, Directors, and Administrators with academic rank are included in all analyses unless otherwise noted Full-time, as it pertains to academic staff, is defined as an employee with a continuous, twelve-month appointment Part-time, as it pertains to academic staff, is defined as an employee with a sessional appointment of less than twelve months In the Faculty of Medicine, ‘Geographic Full-Time’ (GFT) are included in full-time
academics
plural of academic
academics
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academics
Academics or academic staff are the people who teach and undertake research at the University Examples of titles of academic staff are professor, associate professor, reader, doctor, lecturer, tutor or demonstrator
officer candidate academic studies program
pre-military academic studies
student organization for academic tourism
student travel agency
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