adj.学院的, 学术的, 理论的
She already has good academic qualifications under her belt.
She's always shown an academic turn of mind.
Computer science is now a fully-fledged academic subject.
At commencement, academic degrees are officially given.
He shut himself away for a month to catch up on his academic work.
It's a matter of academic concern.
The question is purely academic.
The new academic year is coming.
an educator who works at a college or university
associated with academia or an academy
hypothetical or theoretical and not expected to produce an immediate or practical result
marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects
1. 大学的, 学院的; 学校的
Professor Watson is leaving the academic world to take a job in industry.
A good historian must have an academic mind.
He has no interest in academic questions.
4. 学究式的, 不切实际的
1. 大学教师, 教授; 大学生
2. 学者; 学究