adjective (of or concerning study especially in schools, colleges etc: an academic career.) académico
academic adj académico
1 (gen) académico,-a
2 (theoretical) teórico
it's a purely academic question es una cuestión puramente teórica
1 (scholar) académico,-a; (lecturer) profesor,-ra universitario,-a
academic year año académico
academic [.ækə'dɛmɪk] adj
1) : académico
2) theoretical: teórico
academically [-mɪkli] adv
academic n
: académico m, -ca f
académico, -a adj.
universitario, -a adj.
académico s.m.
estudiante s.m.,f.

I 'ækə'demɪk
a) <career/record> académico

academic year — (in universities) año m académico; (in schools) año m escolar

b) <child/student> intelectualmente capaz
2) (abstract) <question/debate> puramente teórico

that's academic now — eso ya no tiene ninguna trascendencia

noun académico, -ca m,f
1. ADJ
1) (Scol, Univ) [ability, qualifications, achievement] académico

academic standards were high — los niveles académicos eran buenos

in academic circles — en círculos universitarios

academic freedom — libertad f de cátedra

academic journal — revista f dirigida a académicos

academic staff — profesorado m , personal m docente

the academic world — el mundo académico

2) (=scholarly) intelectualmente dotado

an exam for academic children — un examen para niños intelectualmente dotados

3) (=theoretical) [question] (puramente) teórico, sin interés práctico; [debate] (puramente) teórico

that's all quite academic — eso no tiene ninguna trascendencia

it is of academic interest only — solo tiene interés teórico

N académico(-a) m / f , profesor(a) m / f universitario(-a)

academic advisor N(US) jefe mf de estudios

academic dean N(US) decano(-a) m / f

academic dress N — vestidura f universitaria

academic gown N — toga f

academic officers NPL(US) personal m docente

academic rank N(US) rango m académico

academic year N — (Univ) año m académico; (Scol) año m escolar

* * *

I ['ækə'demɪk]
a) <career/record> académico

academic year — (in universities) año m académico; (in schools) año m escolar

b) <child/student> intelectualmente capaz
2) (abstract) <question/debate> puramente teórico

that's academic now — eso ya no tiene ninguna trascendencia

noun académico, -ca m,f

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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