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Topic: COLLEGE

Date: 1500-1600
Language: Medieval Latin
Origin: , past participle of matriculare, from Late Latin matricula 'official list of members', from matrix 'list'

matriculate

verb
     
ma‧tric‧u‧late [intransitive] formal
SEC to officially begin studying at a university or, in the US, at a school or college
matriculate at
Aged only 15, he matriculated at the University of Leipzig.
matriculation noun [uncountable]
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