Translation of academic in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (in higher education)(career/record/scientist/research)academic dressExample sentences1.2 (scholarly)
(institution/discipline)(publication)para eruditos or académicos(child)they adopted an academic approach to the problemintelectualmente capazadoptaron un enfoque muy intelectualExample sentences
- In the academic environment, student retention and retention of alumni loyalty are important strategic goals.
- Pressures within the academic environment itself may subtly push professors toward viewing their students as would-be clones of themselves.
- The sex workers who come for training have to learn what research is about, what the budgets involve, how to negotiate within an unfamiliar academic environment.
- Most of my academic friends engage in similar pursuits.
- At the moment, we attract a very intellectual, academic audience and we want to make it a cultural centre which will welcome family groups.
- You may not have all the book smarts that some people do, and I was certainly never an academic person.
- 2 (abstract)(question/debate)it is a matter of purely academic interestpuramente teóricothat's academic nowes una cuestión de interés puramente intelectualeso ya no tiene ninguna trascendenciaExample sentences
- This is something that is of more academic than practical interest.
- The final game against Castlebar Mitchells was of academic interest only as Ballyhaunis could not make the play-offs.
- These are questions of more than academic interest.
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