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student body

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Education
student bodyˌstudent ˈbody noun [countable]  American EnglishSE all of the students in a high school, college, or university, considered as a group
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student bodyAssisted by aides from surrounding neighborhoods, teachers at Jackson work valiantly with the diverse student body.They elected me student body president there.It needs to be recast, so that it extends beyond academic staff to embrace the student body.By 1972, well over half of the student body had scored under 80 in high school.The student body is cosmopolitan, including individuals from all continents.The student body thereupon came out on strike.In schools with an all-white student body, the average ran up to $ 350 allocated per pupil per year.
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