Meaning of SCHOOL in English

I. noun see: scheme Date: before 12th century an organization that provides instruction: as, an institution for the teaching of children, college , university , c. a group of scholars and teachers pursuing knowledge together that with similar groups constituted a medieval university, one of the four faculties of a medieval university, an institution for specialized higher education often associated with a university , an establishment offering specialized instruction , 2. a. the process of teaching or learning especially at a ~, attendance at a ~, a session of a ~, a ~ building, the students attending a ~, a source of knowledge , 4. a group of persons who hold a common doctrine or follow the same teacher (as in philosophy, theology, or medicine) , a group of artists under a common influence, a group of persons of similar opinions or behavior, the regulations governing military drill of individuals or units, II. transitive verb Date: 15th century 1. to teach or drill in a specific knowledge or skill , to discipline or habituate to something , to educate in an institution of learning, see: teach III. noun see: skill Date: 15th century a large number of fish or aquatic animals of one kind swimming together, IV. intransitive verb Date: 1597 to swim or feed in a ~

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