Noun: школа обучение класс направление
Verb: школить обучать приучать дисциплинировать
Adjective: школьный учебный


business school - школа бизнеса

school bus - школьный автобус

the school tennis champion - победитель школьного турнира по теннису

school chum - школьный товарищ

to consolidate several small school districts - объединить несколько маленьких школьных округов.

a school dignified with the name of a college - школа, которой дали громкое название колледжа

a school of dolphins - стая дельфинов

experimental school - экспериментальная школа

school faculty - школьные преподаватели

school of fish, shoal of fish - стая рыб

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I know her from school. - Я знаю её со школы.

Farewell to school! - Прощай, школа!

The school is close by. - Школа расположена рядом.

School begins at 8.30. - Занятия в школе начинаются в 8.30.

I quit school at 16. - Я бросил школу в 16 лет.

He is new to the school. - В этой школе он недавно.

He flunked out of school. - Он вылетел из школы, завалив экзамен.

Is Jessica still at school? - Джессика всё ещё в школе?

He missed school for a week. - Он неделю не ходил в школу.

Hilary was popular at school. - В школе Хилари хорошо знали и любили.

'I hated school.' 'Ditto.' - — Я ненавидел школу. — То же самое.

She works at / in a school. - Она работает в школе.

I thumbed a ride to school. - Я поехал в школу на попутной машине /автостопом/.

School lets out at 3 o'clock. - Занятия в школе заканчиваются в три часа.

They went to the same school. - Они ходили в одну школу.

Their son is still at school. - Их сын ещё учится в школе.

He is well schooled in languages. - Он хорошо знает языки.

a high school dance party - танцевальный вечер в средней школе

I got the axe from school. - Меня исключили из школы.

I finished school last June. - Я закончил школу в июне прошлого года.

What time does school finish? - В котором часу заканчиваются занятия в школе?

The school hired more faculty. - Школа наняла ещё учителей.

He had been a rebel at school. - В школе он был бунтарём.

He is a popular guy in school. - В школе он пользуется популярностью. / В школе его знают и любят.

He is an honour to his school. - Он — гордость своей школы.

He had had trig in high school. - В старших классах он изучал тригонометрию.

They had wagged it from school. - Они прогуляли занятия.

I always hated sport at school. - В школе я всегда ненавидел физкультуру.

It's time he was put to school. - Пора определить его в школу.

When does your school break up? - Когда ваша школа закрывается на каникулы?

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Связанные термины:

B-school: a business school or business college

art school: tertiary level college for students of art

cool school: a school where the students resolve conflict without the involvement of teachers

dame school: (formerly) a small school, often in a village, usually run by an elderly woman in her own home to teach young children to read and write

day school: A day school is a school where the students go home every evening and do not live at the school. Compareboarding school .

free school: A school is a place where children are educated . You usually refer to this place as school when you are talking about the time that children spend there and the activities that they do there.

good school: A school is a place where children are educated . You usually refer to this place as school when you are talking about the time that children spend there and the activities that they do there.

high school: In Britain, a high school is a school for children aged between eleven and eighteen .

home-school: to teach one's child at home instead of sending him or her to school

law school: an institution for postgraduates which trains students to become lawyers

old school: a school formerly attended by a person

prep school: In Britain, a prep school is a private school where children are educated until the age of 11 or 13.

pre-school: Pre-school is used to describe things relating to the care and education of children before they reach the age when they have to go to school.

school age: When a child reaches school age, he or she is old enough to go to school.

school book: School books are books giving information about a particular subject, which children use at school.

school bus: A school bus is a special bus which takes children to and from school.

school day: any day on which school is in session

school fees: the money paid for a person to go to school

school fund: the money provided by a government or raised by parents and teachers to finance the running of a school

school kid: School kids are → schoolchildren .

school life: the period of your life that you spend at school

school meal: School dinners are midday meals provided for children at a school

school milk: (formerly, in Britain) a third of a pint of milk, originally provided free by the local education authority to all young pupils, then later given only to children who passed a needs or means test

school run: The school run is the journey that parents make each day when they take their children to school and bring them home from school.

school ship: a ship for training young people in seamanship, for a career in the regular or merchant navy

school song: a song which is particular to a school, and which pupils sing at assembly, or on special occasions

school tie: → old school tie

school time: the period of the day or year when children are at school

school trip: an outing or holiday that a school organizes for schoolchildren

school year: a twelve-month period, (in Britain ) usually starting in late summer and continuing for three terms until the following summer, during which pupils remain in the same class

after-school: After-school activities are those that are organized for children in the afternoon or evening after they have finished school.

Ashcan School: a group (formed c. 1908) of U.S. painters who promoted realistic painting based on the direct observation of everyday, esp. urban, events

ballet school: a school where professional ballet dancers are trained

beacon school: a notably successful school whose methods and practices are brought to the attention of the education service as a whole in order that they may be adopted by other schools

Bible school: a school or study program devoted to Bible study, esp at a church

board school: (formerly) a school managed by a board elected by local ratepayers

cadet school: a training establishment for cadets in the army

charm school: a school teaching manners and social skills

choir school: (in Britain) a school, esp a preparatory school attached to a cathedral, college, etc, offering general education to boys whose singing ability is good

church school: A church school is a school which has a special relationship with a particular branch of the Christian Church, and where there is strong emphasis on worship and the teaching of religion .

common school: a public elementary school

drama school: a college which trains students (who are generally 18+) to act

faith school: a school that provides a general education within a framework of a specific religious belief

feeder school: a junior school whose pupils go to a specific secondary school

first school: A first school is a school for children aged between five and eight or nine .

grade school: In the United States, a grade school is the same as anelementary school .

hedge-school: a school held out of doors in favourable weather, indoors in winter

honour school: (at Oxford University) one of the courses of study leading to an honours degree

hostel school: (in N Canada ) a government boarding school for Native American and Inuit students

infant school: In Britain, an infant school is a school for children between the ages of five and seven .

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Однокоренные слова:

schoolable - обучаемый
schooling - обучение, образование, школьное образование, школьное обучение, преподавание
schools - средневековые университеты

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