- vt. 准许…入学；录取…入大学
- vi. 准许入学；录取
- n. 被录取者
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- matriculate: see madrigal
- matriculate (v.)
- 1570s, "to admit a student to a college by enrolling his name on the register," from Late Latin matriculatus, past participle of matriculare "to register," from Latin matricula "public register," diminutive of matrix (genitive matricis) "list, roll," also "sources, womb" (see matrix).
The connection of senses in the Latin word seems to be via confusion of Greek metra "womb" (from meter "mother;" see mother (n.1)) and an identical but different Greek word metra meaning "register, lot" (see meter (n.2)). Evidently Latin matrix was used to translate both, though it originally shared meaning with only one. Related: Matriculated; matriculating.
- 1. I had to matriculate if I wanted to do a degree.
- 2. That's why so many -- 40 percent – matriculate part time.
- 3. If let her when instructor, she is about to become a professor after, even matriculate council.
- 假如让她当讲师, 以后她就要成为教授, 甚至进大学评议会.
- 4. In those days, I am firm matriculate, overflow in the library everyday stroll aimlessly.
- 那时, 我刚进大学, 每天在图书馆里漫无目的地闲逛.
- 5. The police arrest 8 person who forge and cadge the fake advice note of matriculate.
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