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BLitt

Syllabification: BLitt
(also BLit)

Definition of BLitt in English:

abbreviation

1Bachelor of Letters.
Example sentences
  • Its author, an academic with an Oxford BLitt, who died in 1998 at the age of 88, wrote a four-volume work on Chinese classical literature.
  • The BLitt (Honours) degree enables graduates to study for a formal qualification which may lead to a Master of Arts or PhD.
  • Students in the BLitt course can choose subjects from any area of study taught within the Faculty of Arts.
1.1Bachelor of Literature.

Origin

from Latin Baccalaureus Litterarum.

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