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academia

[ ak-uh-dee-mee-uh, -deem-yuh, -dem-ee-uh, -dem-yuh ]
/ ˌæk əˈdi mi ə, -ˈdim yə, -ˈdɛm i ə, -ˈdɛm yə /
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noun Sometimes Ac·a·de·mi·a .
the milieu or interests of a university, college, or academy; academe.
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Origin of academia

First recorded in 1945–50; from New Latin, Latin; see academy
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British Dictionary definitions for academia

academia
/ (ˌækəˈdiːmɪə) /

noun
the academic world
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