Synonyms for academics
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : ak-uh-dem-ik|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˌæk əˈdɛm ɪk|
Définition of academicsOrigin :
- 1580s, "relating to an academy," also "collegiate, scholarly," from Latin academicus "of the Academy," from academia (see academy). Meaning "theoretical, not practical, not leading to a decision" (such as university debates or classroom legal exercises) is from 1886. Academic freedom is attested from 1901. Related: Academically.
- noun scholar or university/college teacher
- Their followers were called, respectively, Academics and Cynics.
- Extract from : « Aristotle and Ancient Educational Ideals » by Thomas Davidson
- Some of our young students will be telling me perhaps that I have overlooked the Academics.
- Extract from : « The Mormon Doctrine of Deity » by B. H. Roberts
- However, the right to hack shouldnt only be extended to academics.
- Extract from : « Little Brother » by Cory Doctorow
- Moreover, the Academics had allowed the possibility of probable knowledge.
- Extract from : « A Critical History of Greek Philosophy » by W. T. Stace
- Plutarch's word is κατάληψις, the word that was used by the Academics.
- Extract from : « Plutarch's Lives, Volume II » by Aubrey Stewart & George Long
- They mean the realities of liberty and not the academics of theory.
- Extract from : « The Art of Public Speaking » by Dale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein
- Plays were therefore only criminal when they were acted by academics.
- Extract from : « Lives of the English Poets: Waller, Milton, Cowley » by Samuel Johnson
- Tully, in his "Academics," introduces Varro himself giving us some light concerning the scope and design of those works.
- Extract from : « Dryden's Works (13 of 18): Translations; Pastorals » by John Dryden
- A university club in New York in 1745 could have had but fifteen members at most, for these were all the "academics" in town.
- Extract from : « The American Spirit in Literature, » by Bliss Perry
- Academics – fed up with the monopolistic practices of professional publications - already publish there in big numbers.
- Extract from : « After the Rain » by Sam Vaknin
Antonyms for academics
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