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academy US English

A place of study or training in a special field

academy US Thesaurus

she studied at a famous academy

the Academy in academy US English

The teaching school founded by Plato

Academy Award US English

Any of a series of awards of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Hollywood given annually since 1928 for achievement in the movie industry in various categories; an Oscar

naval academy US English

A college where naval officers are trained

British Academy US English

An institution founded in 1901 for the promotion of historical, philosophical, and philological studies

Royal Academy of Arts US English

An institution established in London in 1768, whose purpose was to cultivate painting, sculpture, and architecture in Britain. Sir Joshua Reynolds was its first president and he instituted a highly influential series of annual lectures

Royal Academy in Royal Academy of Arts US English

An institution established in London in 1768, whose purpose was to cultivate painting, sculpture, and architecture in Britain. Sir Joshua Reynolds was its first president and he instituted a highly influential series of annual lectures

West Point US English

The US Military Academy, founded in 1802, located on the site of a former strategic fort on the west bank of the Hudson River in New York

Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst in Sandhurst US English

A training college at Camberley, Surrey, for officers for the British army. It was formed in 1946 from an amalgamation of the Royal Military College at Sandhurst in Berkshire and the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, London. Official name Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst


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