- 学院，大学，公学，职业学校，分科大学，高等（专科）学校，大学预科专门学校，私立中等学校 ，专科学校，私立高等学院
- 学会，团体，协会， 社团
- <俚> 监狱
- [C][U]学院; 大学 a school for higher education
the body of faculty and students of a college
an institution of higher education created to educate and grant degrees; often a part of a university
a complex of buildings in which an institution of higher education is housed
- He is studying in the theological college.
- He is at law college.
- He had passed the entrance examination of the college.
- Our daughter is going to college.
- She is a member of the Royal College of Nursing.
- The college was founded in 1918.
- He belongs to this college.
- They chucked her out of the college for being a bad influence.
- The college course was then cut to three years.
- Shelley's fame had spread in the walls of the college.
- He drifted through three girl friends, two colleges, and a succession of jobs.
- They founded a new college in Washington.
- He has come to our college.
- We constituted him president of our college.
- The number of colleges has grown since the war.
- The college often feeds back information on students' performances at college to their parents.
- At the college fancy-dress ball, one of the students was got up as a tramp.
- That school developed into a college.
- She applied to a college.
- She is now attending a college.
- He enrolled for further studies in a college last year.
- Many college students spread themselves thin by taking part in many activities during the semester.
- Wang Tai got into the college basketball team last week.
- We contended that every college student must have a command of a foreign language.
- Their friendship dates from college days.
- When he failed in the college entrance examination, he felt that his hope was destroyed.
- She's grinding away for the college entrance exams.
- He framed his college diploma.
- When do you finish your college course?
- The statisticians averaged out the number of people receiving college degrees in every one thousand persons.
- Failure in the exam blasted his hopes for college.
- He says he has dropped out, and won't attend college any more.
- The family could not afford to send her to college.
- He is in college.
- She never got to go to college.
- I'm not one of the regular people here; I'm just filling in time before I go to college.
- If you go to college, you must work hard, not fool around.
- Roger can't decide whether to go to college or get a job.He can't eat his cake and have it too.
- I was attached to the naval college as a special instructor for six months.
- Many men who only scrape in to the army college make the best officers.
- She spent three years at the liberal arts college, scraping along on an allowance from her parents.
- He had studied diligently at the normal college.
- She regretted fooling around all through college.
- If you expect to enter the Royal College of Music in the fall, you should apply now.
- The agriculturist is going to give a lecture to the students in the agricultural college.
- I shouldn't be dining in the college tonight.Would you mind signing me out?
- The speaker lashed the college into a fury.
- attend college 上大学
- enter a college 进大学
- found a college 创办学院
- go to college 上大学
- leave college 大学毕业,离开学院
- manage a college 管理学院
- run a college 管理学院
- business college 商学院
- community college 社区学院
- engineering college 工程学院
- teachers' college 师范学院
- training college 培训学院
- university college 附属于大学的学院
- woman's college 女子学院
- college education 大学教育
Thick as the college of the bees in May.出自： Dryden
- 在英式英语中, college可指规模较大的中学,也可指学院的建筑物或学院的全体师生。
- college, academy, institute, school, university
- 这组词都有“学校”的意思。其区别在于:school一般指儿童或中学生学习或受教育的场所; university指综合性大学,可授予各种学位; college多指与综合性大学相对应的或综合大学内的专科院校,尤指军事、体育或艺术院校; academy指培训特别是特别技术或技能的学校、学院; institute主要指研究所、学会,在俄罗斯常指专科院校,而在英美教育体系中则很少见。例如:
- Children must attend school.儿童必须上学。
- The college is affiliated to the university.这所学院隶属于那所大学。
- He graduated from an academy of music in his early days.他早年毕业于一所音乐专科学校。
- He was graduated from the Dalian Institute of Foreign Languages in the class of 1963.他是大连外国语学院1963届的毕业生。
误 The boy scared up enough money to go to the college.
正 The boy scared up enough money to go to college.最有希望的学生将会考进大学。
误 The most promising students will go to the college.
正 The most promising students will go to college.她去大学找她的男朋友。
误 She went to college to look for her boyfriend.
正 She went to the college to look for her boyfriend.
析 正如go to school一样,上大学应是go to college, college前不加定冠词the; 而如果表示“去大学办某事(不是上学)”,其前则须加定冠词the。
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的collge；最初源自拉丁语的collegium，意为社区，社会。