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Topic: COLLEGE

Date: 1700-1800
Language: French
Origin: Late Latin conservatorium, from Latin conservare; CONSERVE1

conservatoire

noun
     
con‧ser‧va‧toire [countable] British English
SECAP a school where people are trained in music or acting [= conservatory American English]
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