academic

1. сущ.
ученый (обычно преподающий в университете; перевод "академик" - "Academician" или "member of the Academy оf Sciences")

Six Japanese academics convened in Tokyo and warned reporters not to believe one word in my book. (Newsweek) — Шестеро японских ученых...

...the six academics, all affiliated with major Japanese universities.

2. прил.
1) научный (отражает более формальную сторону, чем научный уровень ср. также scholarly)

The Institute took me, already a middle aged man devoid of academic credentials, substantially on faith, gambling on the existence of scholarly capacities that remained to be demonstrated. — Институт no сути дела поверил мне, уже немолодому человеку без научной репутации, в надежде на мой потенциал исследователя, который, однако, еще предстояло доказать.

2) теоретический (часто имеет негативный оттенок - чисто теоретический, абстрактный, отвлеченный)

That injected a new and highly politicized dimension into what so far had seemed an academic debate (International Herald Tribune).


The English annotation is below. (English-Russian). 2003.

Смотреть что такое "academic" в других словарях:

  • academic — ACADÉMIC, Ă, academici, ce, adj. 1. Care ţine de academie, privitor la academie. ♢ Titlu academic = diplomă obţinută într o şcoală de grad universitar. ♦ (Substantivat, m.; înv.) Membru al Academiei Române. 2. Distins, solemn; de o corectitudine… …   Dicționar Român

  • academic — Ⅰ. academic UK US /ˌækəˈdemɪk/ adjective ► relating to schools, colleges, and universities, or connected with studying and thinking rather than practical skills: »Employers nowadays are more interested in candidates abilities and personality… …   Financial and business terms

  • academic — The central meanings of this word (‘of or belonging to an academy or institution for higher learning’) survive, but a little more than a century ago it developed a depreciatory range of meanings ‘merely theoretical, having no practical… …   Modern English usage

  • Academic — Ac a*dem ic, Academical Ac a*dem ic*al, a. [L. academicus: cf. F. acad[ e]migue. See {Academy}.] 1. Belonging to the school or philosophy of Plato; as, the Academic sect or philosophy. [1913 Webster] 2. Belonging to an academy or other higher… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • academic — [adj1] relating to schooling, learning bookish, book learned, college, collegiate, erudite, intellectual, learned, pedantic, scholarly, scholastic, studious, university; concept 536 Ant. ignorant, untaught academic [adj2] relating to theories,… …   New thesaurus

  • academic — [ak΄ə dem′i kəlak΄ə dem′ik] adj. [L academicus < academia: see ACADEMY] 1. of colleges, universities, etc.; scholastic; scholarly 2. having to do with general or liberal rather than technical or vocational education 3. of or belonging to an… …   English World dictionary

  • academic — (adj.) 1580s, relating to an academy, also collegiate, scholarly, from L. academicus of the Academy, from academia (see ACADEMY (Cf. academy)). Meaning theoretical, not practical, not leading to a decision (such as university debates or classroom …   Etymology dictionary

  • Academic — Ac a*dem ic, n. 1. One holding the philosophy of Socrates and Plato; a Platonist. Hume. [1913 Webster] 2. A member of an academy, college, or university; an academician. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • academic — index didactic, disciplinary (educational), moot, speculative, theoretical Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • ACADEMIC — Press, Inc. (informationswissenschaftl. Veoeffentlicher) …   Acronyms

  • ACADEMIC — Press, Inc. (informationswissenschaftl. Veröffentlicher) …   Acronyms von A bis Z

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