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technical college

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: College
technical collegeˈtechnical ˌcollege noun [countable]  SECa college in Britain where, in the past, students could study to take examinations in practical subjects
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technical collegeHe attended a technical college for engineering studies before moving to Los Angeles in 1982.Some were from a local technical college and were taken for short periods.I had two more children and taught higher national diploma courses in the evenings at the local technical college.Determined not to re-enter blind institution life, I headed for the nearby technical college who wouldn't have me either.
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