Definitions for academically
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word academically
in regard to academic matters
"academically, this is a good school"
In an academic style or way.
In terms of educational achievement.
academically disadvantaged demographic group
From an academic perspective.
Academically, the football team is counter-productive.
in an academical manner
The numerical value of academically in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of academically in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
We felt it was time academically for a change.
His contract was simply not renewed, we felt it was time academically for a change.
Ralph was definitely a family man. He always talked about his kids and how well they were doing athletically and academically.
Some students don’t have the resolve to know how to put it all together, and it looks like they’re falling apart academically when they’re really falling apart organizationally.
Sensibly, it is better to be an illiterate or less educated and make an earning of an amount X than be highly or moderately academically qualified and yet be paid X or even less or marginally high.
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