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scholastic

[ skuh-las-tik ]
/ skəˈlæs tɪk /
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adjective Also scho·las·ti·cal.

of or relating to schools, scholars, or education: scholastic attainments.
of or relating to secondary education or schools: a scholastic meet.
of or relating to the medieval schoolmen.

noun

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Origin of scholastic

1590–1600; <Latin scholasticus<Greek scholastikós studious, learned, derivative of scholázein to be at leisure to study. See school1, -tic

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British Dictionary definitions for scholastic

scholastic
/ (skəˈlæstɪk) /

adjective

noun

Derived forms of scholastic

scholastically, adverb

Word Origin for scholastic

C16: via Latin from Greek skholastikos devoted to learning, ultimately from skholē school 1
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