university


university
n.

1) to establish, found a university

2) to go to a university/to go to university (BE) (she goes to a good university)

3) a free, open; people's university

4) an Ivy-League (US); redbrick (GB); state (US) university

5) at; in a university (to teach at a university; there is a spirit of cooperation at/in our university)

USAGE NOTE: In BE, one goes to university or, as in AE, to a university. CE has only to go to a good university. See the Usage Notes for college, school.
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[ˌjuːnɪ'vɜːsɪtɪ]
found a university
people's university
state (US) university
redbrick (GB)
in a university (USAGE NOTE: In BE. one goes to university or. as in AE, to a university. CE has only to go to a good university. See the Usage Notes for college, school.; to teach at a university; there is a spirit of cooperation at/in our university)
a free. open
at
to establish
an Ivy-League (US)
to go to a university/to go to university (she goes to a good university; BE)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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