study


study
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noun
1 learning
ADJECTIVE
full-time, part-time
graduate, postgraduate
independent, private

This grammar book is suitable both for classroom use and for independent study.

academic

The course integrates academic study and practical training.

language
… OF STUDY
course, programme/program
VERB + STUDY
take up

Now that her children are all at school, she's going to take up full-time study again.

STUDY + NOUN
group

A study group meets every Sunday at the church.

programme/program
leave (BrE)

The company allows its staff to take paid study leave.

skills

The first part of the course is designed to develop students' study skills.

hall (AmE), period
PREPOSITION
study for

full-time study for an MA

PHRASES
an area of study, a field of study

Students do a foundation year before specializing in their chosen field of study.

2 studies sb's learning activities
ADJECTIVE
further

Many undertake further studies after college.

VERB + STUDIES
begin, undertake (formal)
continue, pursue
complete, finish

When he has completed his studies, he'll travel around the world.

resume, return to

She returned to her studies when her children reached school age.

3 studies subjects
ADJECTIVE
area, business, cultural, management, media, religious, women's, etc.

She's doing women's studies at Liverpool University.

VERB + STUDIES
do
lecture in, teach

He lectures in management studies.

STUDIES + NOUN
department

Princeton's African American studies department

course, programme/program

the university's cultural studies course

4 piece of research
ADJECTIVE
current, new, present, recent

The present study reveals an unacceptable level of air pollution in the city.

earlier, original, previous
future
careful, close, comprehensive, detailed, in-depth, intensive, serious

a close study of energy prices

She devoted herself to a serious study of the literature.

longitudinal

a longitudinal study of children in low-income families

definitive, major
initial, pilot, preliminary

A preliminary study suggested that the product would be popular.

research

Research studies carried out in Italy confirmed the theory.

clinical, empirical, experimental, systematic, theoretical
anthropological, historical, literary, scientific, sociological, etc.
field

This phenomenon has been observed in field studies.

feasibility

The company undertook an extensive feasibility study before adopting the new system.

time-and-motion
case

a detailed case study of nine companies

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comparative

a comparative study of the environmental costs of different energy sources

independent

An independent study was commissioned by the department.

VERB + STUDY
commission, fund, support

a study commissioned by the World Bank

carry out, conduct, do, make, participate in, undertake, work on

He has made a special study of the way that birds communicate.

publish
STUDY + VERB
take place
aim at sth, aim to do sth, attempt to, be aimed at sth, be designed to, set out to

The study aims to examine bias in television news coverage.

be based on sth

a study based on a sample of male white-collar workers

concern sth, cover sth, deal with sth, examine sth, explore sth, focus on sth, investigate sth, look at sth

The ten-year study covered 13 000 people aged 15-25.

compare sth

The study compares the incidence of bone cancer in men and women.

conclude sth, confirm sth, demonstrate sth, document sth, find sth, indicate sth, prove sth, report sth, reveal sth, say sth, show sth, suggest sth, support sth, warn sth

A new study shows that fewer students are studying science.

provide sth

The study provided valuable insight into the development of the disease.

highlight sth, identify sth

The study highlighted three problem areas.

STUDY + NOUN
group

The study group was selected from a broad cross section of the population.

session
PREPOSITION
according to a/the study, in a/the study

In a recent study, 40% of schools were found to be understaffed.

under study

the biochemical process under study

study into

a study into the viability of the mine

study on

a definitive study on medieval weapons

PHRASES
an area of study, a field of study
the author of a/the study
the objective of a/the study, the purpose of a/the study
the findings of a/the study, the results of a/the study
the subject of a/the study

Shakespeare is the subject of a new study by Kraft.

{{Roman}}II.{{/Roman}}
verb
1 spend time learning about sth
ADVERB
hard
abroad
PREPOSITION
at

to study at college

for

She is studying hard for her exams.

under, with

He studied under Professor Sager.

2 examine sth carefully
ADVERB
carefully, closely, in depth, in detail, intensively, intently

She picked up the letter and studied it carefully.

In the third year a number of areas are studied in detail.

extensively, widely
fully, thoroughly
systematically
thoughtfully

He studied her thoughtfully, then smiled.

PHRASES
be well studied

This area has not been well studied.

The influence of heredity is best studied in identical twins.

Study is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑eye, ↑researcher, ↑scientist
Study is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ballet, ↑anatomy, ↑aspect, ↑behaviour, ↑Bible, ↑book, ↑cause, ↑collection, ↑composition, ↑craft, ↑data, ↑detail, ↑document, ↑ecology, ↑effect, ↑effectiveness, ↑evidence, ↑feasibility, ↑galaxy, ↑impact, ↑implication, ↑influence, ↑judo, ↑karate, ↑language, ↑literature, ↑manual, ↑map, ↑menu, ↑module, ↑movement, ↑nail, ↑painting, ↑phenomenon, ↑possibility, ↑problem, ↑profile, ↑property, ↑record, ↑reflection, ↑region, ↑relationship, ↑religion, ↑remains, ↑sample, ↑scripture, ↑subject, ↑syllabus, ↑text, ↑theatre, ↑videotape, ↑workings

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  • study — [stud′ē] n. pl. studies [ME studie < OFr estudie < L studium, zeal, study < studere, to busy oneself about, apply oneself to, study, orig., prob., to aim toward, strike at, akin to tundere, to strike, beat < IE * (s)teud < base *… …   English World dictionary

  • Study — Stud y, n.; pl. {Studies}. [OE. studie, L. studium, akin to studere to study; possibly akin to Gr. ? haste, zeal, ? to hasten; cf. OF. estudie, estude, F. [ e]tude. Cf. {Etude}, {Student}, {Studio}, {Study}, v. i.] 1. A setting of the mind or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Study — Stud y, v. t. 1. To apply the mind to; to read and examine for the purpose of learning and understanding; as, to study law or theology; to study languages. [1913 Webster] 2. To consider attentively; to examine closely; as, to study the work of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Study — may refer to: * Studying, to acquire knowledge on a subject through concentration on prepared learning materials * Study (drawing), a drawing, sketch or painting done in preparation for a finished piece * Study (room), a room in a home used as an …   Wikipedia

  • study — ► NOUN (pl. studies) 1) the devotion of time and attention to acquiring knowledge. 2) a detailed investigation and analysis of a subject or situation. 3) a room for reading, writing, or academic work. 4) a piece of work done for practice or as an …   English terms dictionary

  • study — (v.) early 12c., from O.Fr. estudier to study (Fr. étude), from M.L. studiare, from L. studium study, application, originally eagerness, from studere to be diligent ( to be pressing forward ), from PIE * (s)teu to push, stick, knock, beat (see… …   Etymology dictionary

  • study — [n] learning, analysis abstraction, academic work, analyzing, application, attention, class, cogitation, comparison, concentration, consideration, contemplation, course, cramming, debate, deliberation, examination, exercise, inquiry, inspection,… …   New thesaurus

  • Study — Stud y, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Studied}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Studying}.] [OE. studien, OF. estudier, F. [ e]tudier. See {Study}, n.] 1. To fix the mind closely upon a subject; to dwell upon anything in thought; to muse; to ponder. Chaucer. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • study — n concentration, application, *attention Analogous words: consideration, contemplation, weighing (see corresponding verbs at CONSIDER): reflection, thought, speculation (see corresponding verbs at THINK): pondering, musing, meditation, rumination …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Study — Study, Eduard, Mathematiker, geb. 23. März 1862 in Koburg, studierte in Jena, Straßburg, Leipzig und München, wurde 1885 Privatdozent in Leipzig, 1888 in Marburg, 1894 außerordentlicher Professor in Bonn, 1897 ordentlicher Professor in Greifswald …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • study — I verb acquire knowledge, analyze, apply the mind, attend, audit, cerebrate, consider, contemplate, devote oneself to, dissect, do research, educate oneself, examine, excogitate, explore, eye, incumbere, inquire into, inspect, intellectualize,… …   Law dictionary


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