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school 1

British English: /skuːl/
American English: /skul/

noun

  • 1
    Schule, die
    (American English) (university, college) attrib.
    Schul-
    what do they teach them in schools?
    was lernen sie in der Schule?
    be at or in school
    in der Schule sein (attend school) zur Schule gehen
    be kept in school [late]
    nachsitzen müssen
    to/from school
    zur/von od. aus der Schule
    go to school
    zur Schule gehen
    leave school
    die Schule verlassen
    have school
    Schule od. Unterricht haben
    have time off school
    schulfrei haben
    be absent from school
    in der Schule fehlen
    one hour before/after school
    eine Stunde vor Unterrichtsbeginn/nach Schulschluss
    there will be no school today
    heute ist keine Schule
    the school of life
    [figurative]
    die Schule des Lebens
    school is fun/boring
    Schule macht Spaß/ist langweilig
    my first day of school, the day I started school
    mein erster Schultag
  • 2
    attrib.
    Schul (arzt, -aufsatz, -bus, -bibliothek, -gebäude, -jahr, -orchester, -system)
    the school term
    die Schulzeit
    take school meals
    in der Schule [zu Mittag] essen
    the school caretaker
    der Hausmeister der Schule
    my rusty school French
    mein eingerostetes Schulfranzösisch
  • 4 (British English)
    (group of gamblers) Runde, die
  • 5 (University)
    (department) Institut, das
    school of history
    Institut für Zeitgeschichte
    law/medical school
    juristische/medizinische Fakultät

transitive verb

  • 2 (train)
    dressieren (Pferd)
    school somebody in something
    jemanden in etwas Akk. unterweisen [formal]

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