Definitions for Semestersɪˈmɛs tər
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word Semester
one of two divisions of an academic year
half a year; a period of 6 months
Half of a school year or academic year such as fall or spring semester.
I will graduate at the end of the spring semester.
Origin: from German Semester, from Modern Latin semestris (from sex six + mensis month).
a period of six months; especially, a term in a college or uneversity which divides the year into two terms
Origin: [G., from L. semestris half-yearly; sex six + mensis a month.]
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The current semester will be our last, and the class of 2015 will be our final graduating class.
A suspension does have a time limit. It can range from one semester to years depending on the circumstances.
I took a political science class last semester. I can understand maybe doing this for that class but not an English class.
We were at 25 cases when the semester ended in the middle of May. We thought the outbreak would be over as we have seen in other outbreaks, that when students leave the outbreak is over.
Each student will receive an individual grade based upon work completed during the semester, the university is listening to concerns about this issue from students and faculty and will address them according to our policies.
Translations for Semester
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- فصل دراسي, فصل أكاديمي, نصف سنةArabic
- Halbjahr, SemesterGerman
- نیمسال تحصیلی, ترمPersian
- félév, szemeszterHungarian
- 반기, 學期, 학기Korean
- семестр, полугодиеRussian
- sáu tháng, học kỳ, 學期Vietnamese
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