CET4 TEM4 考 研 TOEFL CET6
- scholar (n.)
- Old English scolere "student," from Medieval Latin scholaris, noun use of Late Latin scholaris "of a school," from Latin schola (see school (n.1)). Greek scholastes meant "one who lives at ease." The Medieval Latin word was widely borrowed (Old French escoler, French écolier, Old High German scuolari, German Schüler). The modern English word might be a Middle English reborrowing from French. Fowler points out that in British English it typically has been restricted to those who attend a school on a scholarship.
- 1. He is no scholar.
- 他根本不是(一个)学者.(比较:Heis nota scholar. 他不是一个学者. )
- 2. The second story in the book is titled "The Scholar"
- 3. Kingdon's broad experience, as writer and scholar, suffuses this important book.
- 4. Official handouts describe the Emperor as "particularly noted as a scholar".
- 5. He came to Oxford as a Rhodes scholar and studied law.
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