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further education

noun, British
Origin of further education
1895-1900 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for further education
  • Preparation for further education, additional training, and employment.
  • To be honest, though, many of them do not go on to their dream careers or to further education.
  • Condemning someone's use of language is a sure way to silence them and perhaps discourage their further education.
  • And because you're the boss, you can invest in further education and training as you want or need it.
  • They would be irritated if he failed, and would put him down for further education.
  • Our mission is to prepare them all to succeed in further education and careers.
British Dictionary definitions for further education

further education

(in Britain) formal education beyond school other than at a university or polytechnic
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