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education
  1. (uncountable) The process of imparting knowledge, skill and judgment.
  2. (countable) Facts, skills and ideas that have been learned, either formally or informally.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “Investing in education equates to investing in the future well-being of our society.”
      “Members of the cult would receive education on a bizarre set of beliefs.”
      “Will's education was both encyclopedic and eclectic.”
educator
  1. A person distinguished for his/her educational work.
  2. A teacher.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “Author and educator, Marvin Hoffman, teaches in a charter school affiliated with the University of Chicago.”
      “I'm a part-time Lamaze childbirth educator who thoroughly enjoyed and was empowered by Peggy's editorial.”
      “Once a commitment is made to addressing diversity, the educator can begin revamping the curriculum.”
educology
educational
  1. A free (or low cost) trip for travel consultants, provided by a travel operator or airline as a means of promoting their service. A fam trip
educationalization
  1. The act, process, or result of educationalizing.
educationalism
  1. The belief in education as an approach or strategy.
educatability
  1. The state or condition of being educatable.
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educationese
  1. The jargon used by educators.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Our report wended its way in educationese through various uncontroversial themes, as is typical of all educational curricular reports.”
      “They could argue that he cannot offer intellectual ideas on the matter because he is an educationist who speaks educationese.”
      “While we try to use educationese as little as possible in our stories, it's critical for us to understand to do our jobs.”
educationist
  1. A specialist in the theory of education.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “They could argue that he cannot offer intellectual ideas on the matter because he is an educationist who speaks educationese.”
      “As an educationist, her surmise is that literacy had failed to free women from their predicament of subordination.”
      “Here I am obliged to mention something which as an educationist I can by no means pass lightly by.”
educationalist
  1. a specialist in the theory of education.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Bishop Anderson, the first bishop of Rupert's Land, was not specially an educationalist.”
      “He would also have us appreciate the French President's many-sided ability as a lawyer, financier, and educationalist.”
      “William Johnson indeed secured a fame as educationalist that is recorded in the National Dictionary.”
educand
  1. Someone who is to be, or is being educated
educatedness
  1. The state or quality of being educated.
educatress
educatee
  1. Someone who is being educated.
educationalists
  1. plural of educationalist
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Yet it sometimes seems that many teachers and educationalists have forgotten these basic facts.”
      “The sooner educationalists use accessible and understandable terms, the more sensible their pronouncements will become.”
      “We need to know our children are receiving the very best care from professional educationalists.”
educationists
  1. plural of educationist
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  3. Examples:
    1. “He called upon the educationists to join hands for formulating a strategy that benefits all rather than exceptionally a few.”
      “The gathering comprised the school's management committee members, governing council members, educationists, sportspersons, parents and others.”
      “The questions are kicked around by politicians, parents and educationists every August, but the students who take the exams have views too.”
educationals
  1. plural of educational
educatresses
educations
  1. plural of education
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Most Tanzanians with postsecondary educations speak both official languages fluently in addition to their tribal language.”
      “All have specialised educations or training beyond the secondary school level and work together as a team.”
      “Both her parents had had interrupted childhoods, and truncated educations, and were determined their children should not suffer the same fate.”
educatees
  1. plural of educatee
educators
  1. plural of educator
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  3. Examples:
    1. “At the very least, your court record from juvie could register you as a criminal for life, in the eyes of educators and employers.”
      “Most of the money goes in salaries and allowances for teachers, or educators as they are now officially known.”
      “Meanwhile other educators having understood the merits of the round wheel, have moved on to the complexities of the axle and the differential.”
educands
  1. plural of educand
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