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Date: 1600-1700
Language: Modern Latin
Origin: , from a mistaken reading of Latin sittyba 'label'

syllabus

noun
     
Related topics: College, School
syl‧la‧bus [countable]
SESSEC a plan that states exactly what students at a school or college should learn in a particular subject [↪ curriculum]
on a syllabus
Two Shakespeare plays are on this year's English syllabus.

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