Definición de faculty en inglés:


Saltos de línea: fac|ulty
Pronunciación: /ˈfak(ə)lti

sustantivo (plural faculties)

  • 2A group of university departments concerned with a major division of knowledge: the Faculty of Arts the law faculty
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    • Mississippi State University teaching faculties from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Education provided the responses for this study.
    • Harvard University, I didn't realise this, Harvard University has 8,000 faculties.
    • Citation-based measures have been used to evaluate the impact of journals and research institutions, including universities, faculties, and departments.
    department, school, division, section
  • 2.1 [in singular] The teaching or research staff of a group of university departments, or (North American ) of a university or college, viewed as a body: there were then no tenured women on the faculty
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    • From 1936-46 he served on the faculty of Osmania University teaching International Law.
    • These are teaching institutions, staffed by faculty with heavy teaching loads.
    • The department has 29 staff members on the faculty and 36 residents in training.
  • 2.2 dated The members of a particular profession, especially medicine, considered collectively.
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    • To sustain and improve quality of training, the surgical faculty should develop expertise in education.
    • Aside from financial considerations and "turf wars," there was a genuine concern and reluctance of some of the obstetrical faculty to train family physicians in operative obstetrics.
  • 3A licence or authorization from a Church authority: the vicar introduced certain ornaments without the necessary faculty to do so
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    • When Ireland reviewed his credentials and saw he was a priest of the Byzantine church and a widower, Ireland refused to grant him faculties or permission to officiate.
    • The canon lists several conditions which must be met for parish priests to exercise validly the faculty to confirm adults they baptize or receive into full communion.
    • Although the parish priest has no faculty from the law to confirm these people, he could seek from the diocesan bishop the concession of the faculty to confirm them.
    authorization, authority, power, right, permission, consent, leave, sanction, licence, dispensation, assent, acquiescence, agreement, approval, seal of approval, approbation, endorsement, imprimatur, clearance
    informal the go-ahead, the thumbs up, the OK, the green light, say-so
    rare permit


late Middle English: from Old French faculte, from Latin facultas, from facilis 'easy', from facere 'make, do'.

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