sustantivo (plural studies)
- To meet those challenges, scholars must be proficient in more than one area of study.
- The curriculum can be completed in three years of full time study, including summers.
- The unintended consequences have already been the subject of much study in many books.
- Their oldest daughter is about to graduate from high school and hopes to continue her studies in higher education.
- She won scholarships to continue her studies in London at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
- Breda has also recently been employed to work in Kill Post Office, which allows her to focus more time on her studies and evening classes.
- His other books include studies of directors Robert Aldrich and David Lean and novelist Raymond Chandler.
- Many of the volumes were ancient and rare studies on various botanical topics.
- A number of studies on this topic are likely to be published shortly.
- We mean to foster debate and circulation of ideas in literary studies and contiguous academic areas.'
- You can trust a literature/cultural studies academic to infer serious meaning from a web cartoon.
- The task of reviewing academic publications in literary studies has fallen to the more specialized journals.
- All authors contributed to the design of the study and writing of the paper.
- Jeff Konigsberg had been working in his studio on a diagrammatic wall piece based on structural studies of the space.
- The study of art history in a Ph.D. program took up the better part of the next 15 years.
- Green Fish is a complex study of characters who are each trapped in their own desperate situations.
- The literature is replete with studies on various aspects of stress and coping in Western populations.
- There are no deep philosophical messages or complex character studies going on in The Funhouse.
- However, Betty was a quick study and took to the role of first lady in a way no one had imagined possible.
- He has had to stand in for injured dancers in leading roles several times, because he's a quick study.
- While Milne was not experienced in the wine business, Evans stressed she was a quick study.
- In most homes, it makes sense that any formal dining room has the dual function of a quiet study or reading room.
- Inside, there are six bedrooms, three bathrooms, a breakfast style kitchen, a study and a utility room.
- All the bedrooms and studies and sitting rooms were of Chinese style while the dining rooms, lounges and bathrooms were Western.
- Among these were about two dozen gouaches that are studies for the larger oil paintings.
- Some of the drawings, like stained-glass tracery, are studies for the paintings.
- This celebrated, rare etching is based on studies Picasso made for a figure of a weeping woman in Guernica.
- This kind of ricercar has little musical interest, and is artistically on a par with Czerny's duller technical studies.
- Harmony and theory studies supported his first compositional efforts as a teen-ager.
- Indeed, the pianist Egon Petri once said Czerny wrote all of those studies because he hated children.
- But on Bush, now, they remain a study in caution when it comes to adjudicating on the presidential hopefuls.
- A flock of sea gulls is set down in the field of alfalfa recently harvested, a study in green and white.
- Dried stalks that will poke up through snow, a thin shadow, barely a study in black and white.
verbo (studies, studying, studied)[with object]
- In the second and third grade classroom, the teacher and the students studied the topic of immigrants.
- The students will spend two weeks here with a group of foreign students studying gender issues, chemistry and African literature, and a further two weeks at Phillips Academy.
- She paid attention during class and studied her notes and books.
- Catalyst Women, a non-profit business organization that researches women in the workplace, has studied the situation.
- They have to study the political situation as it has emerged for devising a strategy accordingly.
- A Ministry spokesman said they were now studying the geographical situation, as North Ribblesdale is close to Cumbria, where there have been 691 confirmed cases.
- I am gratified to find that history does indeed support the confidence I place in reading, studying, and applying the ancient truths.
- The codes then get studied, interpreted and applied by the same system.
- ‘More will have chosen their course by location due to projected rent costs rather than studying where they genuinely want to,’ he said.
- A total of 1 370 524 children are studying at public educational establishments this school year.
- Scores of Muslim boys and girls are studying in educational and technical colleges in various parts of the country.
- He studied at the famous educational establishments of Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama and Madinah University.
- If Jones is a member of the regular Peak writing staff then I urge him to study up on his knowledge of bands and genres of music.
- He belongs to a small group of law students who are studying up for proper reasons, and who have been providing colorful alternatives to the DNC all week long.
- And coming up, lawmakers may be squabbling over its merits, but students of business are studying up on outsourcing.
- The one thing that probably would be on my mind a lot (besides studying my words, of course) was the play.
- In 1859, when she was 16, she made her opera debut as Lucia di Lammermoor in New York, after studying the role with the conductor Emmanuele Muzio.
- Unlike ‘Tristan,’ Domingo has been studying this role only recently.
- Rue fumed silently as he hummed contentedly and she watched him closely, studying his movements and actions.
- Lucas watched him closely, studying every inch of his face from those wide blue eyes right down to the spray of freckles across his nose.
- Paul watched her closely and studied the elder woman while his mind worked quickly.
in a brown study
- Absorbed in one’s thoughts.Apparently originally from brown in the sense 'gloomy'Oraciones de ejemplo
lost in thought, in a reverie, musing, ruminating, cogitating, dreaming, daydreaminginformal miles away
- She murmured, and lost herself in a brown study.
- Andrew and Emily began to get worried about me for I simply moped around or was often in a brown study.
- After that awakening, I walked around in a brown study, trying to think of an appropriate response from us women.
Middle English: shortening of Old French estudie (noun), estudier (verb), both based on Latin studium 'zeal, painstaking application'.
Palabras que riman con studybloody, buddy, cruddy, cuddy, muddy, nuddy, ruddy
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División en sílabas: stud·y
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