Definition of Michaelmas term in English:

Michaelmas term

Line breaks: Mich¦ael|mas term
Pronunciation: /ˈmɪklməstɜːm
 
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noun

British
(In some universities) the autumn term.
More example sentences
  • I point out to her on the phone that if she were a committed student, she would see the remainder of the Michaelmas term through at her university but her response is just; ‘Switzerland?’
  • Cherwell also revealed an independent audit conducted for the University, and the likelihood that it would recommend rent rises, last October, in the first edition of the Michaelmas term.
  • The incident has worrying implications for future Wadham events such as the celebrated Queer Bop in Michaelmas term and Wadstock, the popular open air festival which normally takes place during Trinity.

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