- 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 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 coglele 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.
误 The most promising students will go to the college.
正 The most promising students will go to college.
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世纪晚期进英入语，直接源自古法语的collge；最初源自拉丁语的collegium，意为社区，社会。