[joon-yuh-reyt, -yer-it] /ˈdʒun yəˌreɪt, -yər ɪt/
a two-year course of study for a Jesuit novice in preparation for the course in philosophy.
a seminary for this course.
noun 1. a boxer weighing up to 115 pounds (51.7 kg), between flyweight and bantamweight.
noun 1. a collegiate institution offering courses only through the first one or two years of college instruction and granting a certificate of title instead of a degree. 2. a division of a college, university, or university system offering general courses during the first two years of instruction or fulfilling administrative duties applicable to freshmen […]
- Junior common room
noun 1. (in certain universities and colleges) a common room for the use of students Compare senior common room, middle common room
noun, English Law. 1. a body of barristers who are lower in rank than the King’s Counsel or Queen’s Counsel, and who plead outside the bar in the court. 2. a member of this body of barristers.