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Academy

see synonyms of academy

1. academy

a secondary school (usually private)

2. academy, honorary society

an institution for the advancement of art or science or literature

3. academy

a school for special training

4. academy

a learned establishment for the advancement of knowledge

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Academy

see synonyms of academy
noun plural -mies
1. 
an institution or society for the advancement of literature, art, or science
2. 
a school for training in a particular skill or profession
a military academy
3. 
a secondary school: now used only as part of a name, and often denoting a private school
noun
the Academy
1. 
a. 
the grove or garden near Athens where Plato taught in the late 4th century bc
b. 
the school of philosophy founded by Plato
c. 
the members of this school and their successors
2.  short for the French Academy, Royal Academy

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Academy

see synonyms of academy
nounWord forms: plural aˈcademies
1. 
a private secondary or high school
2. 
a school offering instruction in a special field
a music academy
3. 
an association of scholars, writers, artists, etc., for advancing literature, art, or science

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Academy

see synonyms of academy
n. pl. a·cad·e·mies
1. A school for special instruction.
2. A secondary or college-preparatory school, especially a private one.
3.
a. The academic community; academe: "When there's moral leadership from the White House and from the academy, people tend to adjust" (Jesse Jackson).
b. Higher education in general. Used with the.
c. A society of scholars, scientists, or artists.
4. Academy
a. Plato's school for advanced education and the first institutional school of philosophy.
b. Platonism.
c. The disciples of Plato.

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