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The devotion of time and attention to gaining knowledge of an academic subject
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“The required certificate can be completed during a year of full-time study.”
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An academic book or article on a particular topic
“It is an excellent academic study of cultural criticism, especially postmodernism.”
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A detailed investigation and analysis of a subject or situation
“To draw on this variety is to develop the study of crime in relation to a range of broader cultural contexts.”
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A room used or designed for reading, writing, or academic work
“I use one of my rooms as my study and office, though one of our problems is having too many books.”
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A state of being lost in thought
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“He would often be seen in deep study, staring into space.”
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The act, art or result of assessing or reviewing something
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The science or art of teaching
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A representation or description of someone or something in literature
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The act or fact of looking at something
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A picture, likeness, diagram or representation, usually drawn on paper
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The organization, identification, and interpretation of sensory information
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Knowledge acquired through study, experience, or being taught
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Repeated exercise in or performance of an activity or skill so as to acquire or maintain proficiency in it
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Play room
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A brief summary, as of a book or a presentation
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Steady and concentrated effort, especially towards a goal
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A series of lectures or lessons in a particular subject, leading to an examination or qualification
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Agreement in direction, tendency, or character
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The act or process of being in thought
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Art object
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Philosophic study of ethics pertaining to computers
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A short piece of music, designed to give a performer practice in a particular area or skill
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A picture or image made using a camera
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A continuous, typically chronological, record
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A private place from which most people are excluded
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Examination of a dead body or corpse
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Something that is visually identical to something else
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Room where learning takes place
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Rough copy
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Place of learning
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A building or institution which holds books, typically for use by the public
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A particular branch of study or sphere of activity or interest
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The action or power of focusing all one's attention
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A recess in the wall of a room or garden
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The main topic of a paper, work of art, discussion, field of study, etc.
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To apply oneself to study
“He would study hard to ensure that he passed his exam.”
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To examine or analyze
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“Scientists would study the available data in order to determine the most likely cause of the phenomenon.”
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To look at closely in order to observe or read
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“Arthur Morgan would study the layout of the bank to figure out the best way to rob it.”
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To learn or be taught (something)
“As part of my work, I would study foreign cultures and history over a number of years.”
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To look or stare at someone or something, especially intently
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To be about
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(of a subject) To have chosen to intellectually pursue
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To practice something repeatedly so as to become skilled
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To learn or be taught through sustained practice, study or instruction
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To learn by heart or commit to memory
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(major in) To concentrate on a particular area of study
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Work hard
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To review or improve an existing but rusty or underdeveloped skill
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Learn
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(apply oneself) To work hard or commit to an objective
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To become completely proficient in a given field or skill
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