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lycée

[ lee-sey ]
/ liˈseɪ /
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noun, plural ly·cées [lee-seyz; French lee-sey]. /liˈseɪz; French liˈseɪ/.
a secondary school, especially in France, maintained by the government.
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Origin of lycée

1860–65; <French <Latin lycēumlyceum
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British Dictionary definitions for lycée

lycée
/ French (lise, English ˈliːseɪ) /

noun plural lycées (lise, English ˈliːseɪz)
a secondary school

Word Origin for lycée

C19: French, from Latin: Lyceum
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