Academically - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˌækəˈdemɪkli|  American pronunciation of the word academically
Brit.  |akəˈdɛmɪkli|  British pronunciation of the word academically

adverb

- in regard to academic matters

academically, this is a good school

Examples

The book appeals to academics and to the general public.

He only cares about sports. He has no interest in academics.

She received awards for her academic achievements.

I spent my academic career at one school.

The board set tough academic standards for graduation.

He was offered a teaching job and decided to return to academic life.

His interest in sailing is purely academic. He's not a sailor himself.

He's not very academic, but he's good with his hands.

academically, this is a good school

The audience was academically oriented.

It doesn't necessarily follow that you're going to do well academically even if you're highly intelligent.

Many religious schools perform well academically.

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