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English Meaning(s) for 学生

  1. student (esp. a university student)

Definition and Synonyms for 学生

University Student a student enrolled in a college or university
Synonyms: 大学生, 学生, 学生, 角帽
Scholar someone (especially a child) who learns (as from a teacher) or takes up knowledge or beliefs
Synonyms: 学徒, 学生, 学生, 学習者, 生徒
Pupil a learner who is enrolled in an educational institution
Synonyms: 学徒, 学生, 学生, 教え子, 生徒

Meanings for each kanji in 学生

study; learning; science Kanji Details »
life; genuine; birth Kanji Details »

Categories 学生 is a member of

Individual a human being
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Enrollee a person who enrolls in (or is enrolled in) a class or course of study
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College Boy a student (or former student) at a college or university
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Sample Sentences for 学生

I'm a student.
One evening, however, when Miss Baker got back to the college a few minutes before the time by which all students had to be in, she found another car in her parking space.
The student was punished for cheating.
I kept company with him since we were students.
The students are apt to make the same mistakes.

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without using any translation. this says watashi wa tall/high (kanji used) the next kanji looks like the one used as exam no (of) gakusei (student) desu. 

so using common sense i know the 高 is meant to be high.  so it is saying i am a high school student.

#2 Posted by morisummer over 6 years ago


#1 Posted by ElusoryTwo1 over 6 years ago

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