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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheducationaled‧u‧ca‧tion‧al /ˌedjʊˈkeɪʃənəl◂ $ ˌedʒə-/ ●●○ S3 W2 adjective  1 SErelating to education the educational development of children2 SEteaching you something you did not know before educational gameseducationally adverb
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educationalWe offer a wide range of educational and sporting activities.We have already seen that output cognition is closely related to level of educational attainment and socioeconomic Position.a leading publisher of educational books and softwareMy daughter became friends with Lonnie, 17, in an educational enrichment program.Many educational institutions have not been able make needed improvements because of funding cuts.That won't be the only educational legislation.Younger lawyers often have greater need for current cash to support young families and pay off educational loans and mortgages.Eighteen of the 33 respondents said they would welcome training in educational methods and principles.Different children have different educational needs.Low-income children do not have the same educational opportunities as children from wealthier families.It appeared to be a feasible solution to a series of problems, and an interesting educational opportunity.After retiring, he remained active in educational programs at the laboratory.The American educational system is in need of reform.In the next decade, microcomputers will stimulate radical changes in every part of the educational system.a shop selling educational toys for 7 to 11 year-oldseducational TV programs