- adj. 学校的；学者的；学术的（等于scholastical）
- n. 学者；学生；墨守成规者；经院哲学家
来自 scholar,学者，-astic,形容词后缀，词源同 fantastic,gymnastic.引申诸相关词义。
- scholastic (adj.)
- 1590s, "of or pertaining to Scholastic theologians" (Churchmen in the Middle Ages whose theology and philosophy was based on Church Fathers and Aristotle), from Middle French scholastique (14c.), from Latin scholasticus "of a school," from Greek skholastikos "enjoying leisure; devoting one's leisure to learning," hence, as a noun, "a scholar," also in a bad sense, "a pedant; a simpleton," from skhola (see school (n.1)). In English, meaning "pertaining to schools or to school education" is from 1640s. As a noun from 1640s. Related: Scholastical (1530s in the "relating to a school" sense); scholastically.
- 1. We use standardized tests to measure scholastic achievement.
- 2. There was a careful avoidance of the sensitive topic in the scholastic circles.
- 3. Your mother joins with me in congratulating you on your wonderful scholastic attainments.
- 4. A scholastic work is to have a useful bibliography at the end of each chapter or the whole book.
- 5. He is unfitted for scholastic life.
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