Study synonyms

stŭd'ē
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(Uncountable) An act in which something is learned.
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A close examination of a matter:
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High regard; esteem.
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To determine the aptitude, skills or qualifications of someone by subjecting them to an examination.
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To weigh mentally; think deeply about; consider carefully
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A classroom.
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A room, building, or group of buildings where movies, television shows, or radio programs are produced.
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To call to mind; remember:
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To endeavor to learn
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To examine, look into, or scrutinize in order to discover something hidden or secret.
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A branch of mathematics concerned with limits and convergence and principally involving differential calculus, integral calculus, sequences, and series.
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To look at carefully or critically
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To learn by heart, commit to memory
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Close examination; minute inspection
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A specific activity performed to develop or maintain fitness or a skill:
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To write in a scholarly manner
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To be oriented (around or about something regarded as a center)
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Scan is defined as to closely and quickly look at something, to use an electronic device to copy an image or text into a digital file, or to analyze verse into metrical verse.
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To think of (something) in a particular way; regard:
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(Idiomatic) to consider, to ponder
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An area of academic concentration; a discipline.
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Careful, systematic, patient study and investigation in some field of knowledge, undertaken to discover or establish facts or principles
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A careful examination or search in order to discover facts or gain information.
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The act of studying
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An official or public recitation of written material:
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The act of challenging, wondering and doubting.
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The act of studying
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(Uncountable) The process by which such forms arise or are manipulated; thinking.
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The deduction of inferences or interpretations from premises; abstract thought; ratiocination.
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Products of this activity; imaginative works considered as a group:
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To determine the intent or mood of:
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To get involved in.
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To endeavor to learn
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To endeavor to learn
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(Idiomatic) To work studiously, especially late into the night.
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(Intransitive, idiomatic) To study or cram, especially in order to refresh one's knowledge of a topic.
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(Rugby) To score a try
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To force, press, or squeeze (something) into an insufficient or barely sufficient space; stuff.
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To enter a competition.
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Inquire is defined as to look into something, to ask a question or to ask for information.
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To endeavor to learn
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To endeavor to learn
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To examine something with great care.
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(Chem.) To examine (compounds or mixtures) by analytical chemistry
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A duty or function assigned to or assumed by someone:
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An area separated by walls or partitions from other similar parts of the structure or building in which it is located:
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An instructive or enlightening experience:
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The act of studying
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Familiarity, awareness, or understanding gained through experience or study:
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The definition of consider is to decide, keep in mind, or believe as true.
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Canvass is defined as to carefully examine or discuss something or to go through an area to get votes, orders or survey answers.
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To study, peruse, or examine carefully.
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The definition of contemplate is to look at something, think about something or meditate about something for a long time.
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(Informal) To work or study hard
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To cut apart piece by piece; separate into parts, as a body for purposes of study; anatomize
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To contrive, devise, or invent by such thought
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To look at someone or something as if with the intent to do something with that person or thing.
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(Informal) To devote oneself to study or work:
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The definition of inspect is to carefully look over someone or something, especially to determine if minimum criteria or standards are met.
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To give a lesson to; to teach.
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To appear to be; seem
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To engage in meditation regarding (a religious mystery, for example).
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To be absorbed in one's thoughts; engage in thought.
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To look at carefully or critically
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To read in a casual or leisurely way
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To think deeply and thoroughly; ponder
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To give evidence of the characteristics or qualities of someone or something:
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To survey; to look broadly over.
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To look at carefully or critically
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To examine for some specific purpose; inspect or consider carefully; review in detail
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To act as a spectator; look on:
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(Law) To reject (a bill of indictment) for lack of evidence
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To fail to carry out (an expected or required action) through carelessness or by intention; leave undone
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(--- Informal) To disregard on purpose. Usually used in the imperative:
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Careful planning or forethought, esp. with selfish motives
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Discussion and consideration of all sides of an issue:
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A draft signed by a person (the drawer or maker) that directs a bank (the drawee) to pay, on demand and without conditions, a specific sum of money to another person (the payee). Usually the funds are withdrawn from an account or a deposit that the drawer or maker has with the bank. Also called cheque.
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A general physical examination.
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The definition of an examination is a detailed investigation, the act of conducting the detailed investigation or is a formal test of your knowledge or skills in a given area.
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Official examination or review, as of barracks or troops.
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An inspection or examination, esp. a thorough one
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Alternative form of absent-mindedness.
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Preoccupation; absent-mindedness.
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The characteristic of being bemused.
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A condition of being deep in thought; reverie
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An instance of daydreaming; a daydream or reverie.
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A dreamy, fanciful, or visionary notion or daydream
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Detachment from one's physical surroundings, as in contemplation or daydreaming.
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Military or physical training, esp. of a group, as in marching, the manual of arms, or gymnastic exercises
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The business of a professional person:
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The definition of a rehearsal is a practice session or practice performance done prior to a real event or before viewing by an audience.
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The result of good social upbringing.
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Traverse means to move back and forth, cross over or examine carefully.
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To place (an item or items of manufacture) into a box, as in preparation for shipment.
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To consider, to devise.
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To think or consider carefully and fully; esp., to consider reasons for and against a thing in order to make up one's mind
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Entertain is defined as to make hold the attention of someone and give them fun, to have someone over as a guest, or to think about something.
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To heat and spice something, such as wine.
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To turn a matter over and over in the mind.
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To think or think about carefully and at length
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(Idiomatic) To ponder or reflect on a subject.
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To fully consider an action, and understand all its consequences.
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To flip over; to rotate uppermost to bottom.
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(Naut.) weigh anchor (see phrase under anchor)
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Plural form of thought
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The state or quality of being aware of something
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To cause to learn by example or experience:
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A hasty or undetailed drawing or painting often made as a preliminary study.
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Something that has been produced or accomplished through the effort, activity, or agency of a person or thing:
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(Uncountable) The process of cogitating; thought, deliberation or meditation
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A category in which a certain art, sport or other activity belongs.
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a branch of knowledge
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a branch of knowledge
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A range, area, or subject of human activity, interest, or knowledge:
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The district within which a bailie or bailiff has jurisdiction.
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Report is defined as a collection of information about something or rumors or gossip that is being spread.
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a written document describing the findings of some individual or group
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(Idiomatic) To study, especially with particular intensity.
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Alternative spelling of canvass.
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A room in a private home for such a collection.
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(Gram.) The modification of an adjective or adverb in its positive degree to show the comparative and superlative degrees (Ex.: long, longer, longest; good, better, best; slowly, more slowly, most slowly)
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The result of such thought; idea or conclusion, esp. if expressed in words
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That which one studies
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That which one studies
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To look at carefully or critically
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(Intransitive) To habituate to or gain competency at a task.
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