boarding school

noun
a school at which the pupils receive board and lodging during the school term (distinguished from day school ).

Origin:
1670–80

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boarding school
 
n
a school providing living accommodation for some or all of its pupils

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It is a boarding school that puts as much emphasis on character-training as on footballing skills.
He attended a boarding school and, while growing up, dreamed of becoming a basketball player.
There are twenty-four in the boarding school, their ages range from about six to eighteen years.
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