student englannista suomeksi
''She is a student of human interactions.''
''He is a student of life.''
(RQ:Shakespeare Twelfth Night)
''The students were out raising funds for week.''
(quote-book)|chapter=Essay XII|title=The Miscellaneous Works of Dr. Goldsmith|volume=III|location=Edinburgh|publisher=Geo. Mudie|year_published=1792|page=71|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=7ykvAAAAYAAJ&pg=RA1-PA71|passage=In general, alſo, it may be obſerved, that a greater degree of gentility is affixed to the character of a ſtudent in England than elſewhere ; by which means our clergy have an opportunity of ſeeing better company while young, and of ſooner wearing off thoſe prejudices which they are apt to imbibe even in the beſt regulated univerſities, and which may be juſtly termed the vulgar errors of the wiſe.
(quote-book)|title=Autobiography|quoted_in=“Spiritual Growth”, in ''A Life of Francis Parkman''|location=Toronto|publisher=George N. Morang and Company|year_published=1900|page=321|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=ktQvAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA321|passage=In behalf of manhood and common sense, he would protest against such a conclusion ; and if any pale student, glued to his desk here, seek an apology for a way of life whose natural fruit is that pallid and emasculate scholarship of which New England has had too many examples, it will be far better that this sketch had not been written.
a person who has graduated from (l)
a (l) (q)
a (l); someone who studies an academic subject
a person enrolled at a university
person with a diploma from a ''(l)'' (upper secondary school)
person who has finished studies at a gymnasium