1. Vrt u blizini Atine gde je Platon proučavao o svojoj filozofiji.
2. Platonova škola, Platonova filozofija.
3. Visoka škola za nauku ili umetnost.
4. Udruženje naučenjaka i umetnika radi unapređivanja nauke i umetnosti.
5. Svečana priredba u slavu nekog značajnog događaja ili neke ličnosti.
academe / ækədim /
ETYM Latin academia. Related to Academy.
1. An academy.
2. Academia; the academic or university world.
academy / əkædəmi /
Sinonimi: honorary society
ETYM French académie, Latin academia. Related to Academe.
1. A learned institution for the advancement of knowledge.
2. A school for special training.
3. A secondary school (usually private).
4. An institution for the advancement of art or science or literature; SYN. honorary society.
Originally, the Greek school of philosophy founded by Plato in the gardens of Academe, NW of Athens; it was closed by the Byzantine emperor Justinian I, with the other pagan schools, in AD 529. The first academy (in the present-day sense of a recognized society established for the promotion of one or more of the arts and sciences) was the Museum of Alexandria, founded by Ptolemy Soter in the 3rd century BC.
college / kɑːlɪdʒ /
ETYM French collčge, Latin collegium, from collega colleague. Related to Colleague.
1. An institution of higher education created to educate and grant degrees; often a part of a university.
2. The body of faculty and students of a college.
3. A complex of buildings in which a college is housed.
4. British slang for prison.