Definition of uni in English:

uni

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Pronunciation: /ˈjuːni
 
/

noun (plural unis)

informal
University: he planned to go to uni
More example sentences
  • Once UCAS receives your application, you'll be sent an application number (which you'll need to quote if you get in touch with UCAS or any of your chosen unis or colleges), and confirmation of the courses you've applied for.
  • In return for their patience, unis will increase fees to close out the low income families securing the institutions kudos and academic standing.
  • I used to do contract work with unis and I did senior writing practice at University of Western Sydney for a while.

Origin

late 19th century: abbreviation.

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