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- (archaic) A school that teaches its pupils the grammar system of a European language, especially Latin and Greek.
- (chiefly UK) A secondary school that stresses academic over practical or vocational education, until recent times open to those pupils who had passed the 11-plus examination.
- 2022 October 5, Stephen Roberts, “Bradshaw's Britain: Reading to Southampton: Frome”, in RAIL, number 967, page 56:
- Bradshaw eulogises again about "considerable manufactures of woollen cloth", plus the "excellent grammar school, founded by Edward VI".
- (US, rare, regional) Elementary school.
school that teaches the grammar system of Latin or Greek
secondary school that stresses academic education
elementary school — see elementary school
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