co-ed

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Etymology[edit]

Short for the original phrase co-educational referring to an educational institution that taught males and females together.

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co-ed (comparative more co-ed, superlative most co-ed)

  1. Of an educational institution, that teaches both males and females.
  2. Of any location, that mixes males and females.

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Noun[edit]

co-ed (plural co-eds)

  1. (US, dated, informal) A young woman who attends college.
  2. (US, dated, informal) A (generally young) woman, especially on the campus of a college or other educational institute.

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