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 academic ['ækə'demɪk] n
gen. akademiulo
 academic ['ækə'demɪk] adj.
gen. akademia; kleraĉa; nepraktika; universitata; universitata diplomito; universitata profesoro
 English thesaurus
 academic ['ækə'demɪk] n
archit. study of humanities topics rather than science and engineering (wiktionary.org)
 ACADEMIC ['ækə'demɪk] abbr.
abbr., med. Azithromycin In Coronary Artery Disease Elimination Of Myocardial Infection With Chlamydia (study)
 academic ['ækə'demɪk] adj.
gen. having little practical use or value, as by being overly detailed, unengaging, or theoretical (by ext., having no practical importance: As a general matter, we will not consider a protest where the issue presented has no practical consequences with regard to an existing federal government procurement, and thus is of purely academic interest. • For the majority of owners, its four-wheel-drive endeavours will be of purely academic interest. • The question of how many weapons are required for credible deterrence against India is purely academic. wiktionary.org); theoretical or speculative, abstract, scholarly, literary or classical (in distinction to practical or vocational; from late 19th century: I have always had an academic interest in hacking. wiktionary.org); having a love of or aptitude for learning (I'm more academic than athletic — I get lower marks in phys. ed. than in anything else. wiktionary.org)
archit. subscribing to the architectural standards of Vitruvius (wiktionary.org)
arts. conforming to set rules and traditions, conventional, formalistic (from late 19th century wiktionary.org)
disappr. so scholarly as to be unaware of the outside world (wiktionary.org); lacking in worldliness (wiktionary.org)
ed. belonging to an academy or other higher institution of learning, also a scholarly society or organization (from late 16th century: academic courses • academic study wiktionary.org)
philos., hist. belonging to the school or philosophy of Plato (from late 16th century: the academic sect of philosophy wiktionary.org)
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