a small group of students, as in a university, engaged in advanced study and original research under a member of the faculty and meeting regularly to exchange information and hold discussions.
the gathering place of such a group.
a meeting of such a group.
a course or subject of study for advanced graduate students.
any meeting for exchanging information and holding discussions.
a small group of students meeting regularly under the guidance of a tutor, professor, etc, to exchange information, discuss theories, etc
one such meeting or the place in which it is held
a higher course for postgraduates
any group or meeting for holding discussions or exchanging information
noun 1. a student in a theological seminary. noun 1. a student at a seminary
noun 1. a story or account of events, experiences, or the like, whether true or fictitious. 2. a book, literary work, etc., containing such a story. 3. the art, technique, or process of narrating, or of telling a story: Somerset Maugham was a master of narrative. adjective 4. consisting of or being a narrative: a […]
noun, plural seminaries. 1. a special school providing education in theology, religious history, etc., primarily to prepare students for the priesthood, ministry, or rabbinate. 2. a school, especially one of higher grade. 3. a school of secondary or higher level for young women. 4. seminar (def 1). 5. a place of origin and propagation: a […]
noun 1. a sowing or impregnating; dissemination. noun 1. (rare) the production, dispersal, or sowing of seed semination sem·i·na·tion (sěm’ə-nā’shən) n. Insemination.