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American someone who goes regularly to class for a college course without asking for or receiving credit for taking the course
Americaninformal a B.M.O.C.
American a student who is in their first year at a high school or university
Americaninformal a student who plays a lot of sports. This word often shows that you do not like people like this, and it is used especially by other students who do not take part in sports.
American a student who is in the year before their last year at a university or high school
informal someone who is studying after they have finished a PH.D.
American someone who is studying after receiving an advanced degree, such as an M.A. or a Ph.D.
someone who is given a scholarship to study at a particular school or university
American a student who is in the last year of high school or college
a student who is studying for a first degree at a college or university. A student who already has a first degree is a graduate.
American a student in one of the final two years in a high school or college
a student who is in their first/second/third etc. year at a school or university
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employmentBuzzWord Article
a sensational piece of news which does not map to reality, created to attract attention or damage somebody's reputationadd a word
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