high schooler

high schooler
See high-school.

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  • high schooler — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌskülə(r) noun : a high school student * * * noun, pl ⋯ ers [count] US : a high school student …   Useful english dictionary

  • high schooler — noun see high school I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • high-schooler — student who attends a high school (grades 9 12) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • high school — ☆ high school n. a secondary school that usually includes grades 10, 11, and 12, and sometimes grade 9 (and occasionally, esp. formerly, grades 7 and 8), and that offers academic or vocational subjects: see also JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, SENIOR HIGH… …   English World dictionary

  • high school — high school, adj. high schooler. a school attended after elementary school or junior high school and usually consisting of grades 9 or 10 through 12. [1815 25] * * * In the U.S., any three to six year secondary school serving students about 14–18 …   Universalium

  • schooler — noun [in combination] chiefly N. Amer. a pupil or student of a particular level or status: a high schooler …   English new terms dictionary

  • high school — I. noun Date: 1824 a school especially in the United States usually including grades 9 12 or 10 12 • high schooler noun II. noun Etymology: translation of French haute école Date: 1884 a system of advanced exercises in horsemanship …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • high school — noun 1》 N. Amer. a secondary school. 2》 (in the UK except Scotland) used chiefly in names of grammar schools or independent fee paying secondary schools. Derivatives high schooler noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • high school — /ˈhaɪ skul/ (say huy skoohl) noun → secondary school. –high schooler, noun …   Australian-English dictionary

  • schooler — /skooh leuhr/, n. a person who attends school, esp. a child (usually used in combination): a new course for junior high schoolers. [from parasynthetic derivatives with SCHOOL1 and a preceding attributive; see ER1] * * * …   Universalium

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