Definition of study group in English:

study group

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noun

A group of people who meet to study a particular subject and then report their findings or recommendations: study groups have been set up to examine the database available for decision-making
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  • There are few side effects reported in a large study group.
  • On their own initiative, the students established a study group that met regularly several times a week.
  • By the time I'm supposed to meet my study group, I've only solved half of the problems.

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