study


study
I
n.
investigation

1) to conduct, do, make a study

2) a careful, detailed, exhaustive, in-depth, intensive, rigorous, thorough; scientific study

3) a classic, classical; definitive study

4) a case; epidemiological; experimental; time-and-motion (AE), work (BE) study

5) under study (the matter is under study)

branch of learning, subject

6) nature study

learning

7) supervised study

II
v.

1) to study diligently, hard

2) (D; intr.) to study for (to study for a degree)

3) (d; intr.) to study under (to study under a well-known professor)

4) (Q) to study how to survive in the wilderness

* * *
['stʌdɪ]
classical
definitive study
detailed
epidemiological
exhaustive
experimental
indepth
intensive
make a study
rigorous
scientific study
work (BE) study
time-and-motion (AE)
(Q) to study how to survive in the wilderness
['branch of learning, subject'] nature study
['investigation'] to conduct
['learning'] supervised study
a careful
a case
a classic
to study diligently
under study (the matter is under study)
(D; intr.) to study for (to study for a degree)
(d; intr.) to study under (to study under a well-known professor)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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  • Study — Stud y, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Studied}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Studying}.] [OE. studien, OF. estudier, F. [ e]tudier. See {Study}, n.] 1. To fix the mind closely upon a subject; to dwell upon anything in thought; to muse; to ponder. Chaucer. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • study — n concentration, application, *attention Analogous words: consideration, contemplation, weighing (see corresponding verbs at CONSIDER): reflection, thought, speculation (see corresponding verbs at THINK): pondering, musing, meditation, rumination …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Study — Study, Eduard, Mathematiker, geb. 23. März 1862 in Koburg, studierte in Jena, Straßburg, Leipzig und München, wurde 1885 Privatdozent in Leipzig, 1888 in Marburg, 1894 außerordentlicher Professor in Bonn, 1897 ordentlicher Professor in Greifswald …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • study — I verb acquire knowledge, analyze, apply the mind, attend, audit, cerebrate, consider, contemplate, devote oneself to, dissect, do research, educate oneself, examine, excogitate, explore, eye, incumbere, inquire into, inspect, intellectualize,… …   Law dictionary


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