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The Definition of - study (noun)

    noun, plural studies.
    1.
    application of the mind to the acquisition of knowledge, as by reading, investigation, or reflection:
    long hours of study.
    2.
    the cultivation of a particular branch of learning, science, or art:
    the study of law.
    3.
    Often, studies. a personal effort to gain knowledge:
    to pursue one's studies.
    4.
    something studied or to be studied:
    Balzac's study was human nature.
    5.
    research or a detailed examination and analysis of a subject, phenomenon, etc.:
    She made a study of the transistor market for her firm.
    6.
    a written account of such research, examination, or analysis:
    He published a study of Milton's poetry.
    7.
    a well-defined, organized branch of learning or knowledge.
    8.
    zealous endeavor or assiduous effort.
    9.
    the object of such endeavor or effort.
    10.
    deep thought, reverie, or a state of abstraction:
    He was lost in study and did not hear us come in.
    11.
    a room, in a house or other building, set apart for private study, reading, writing, or the like.
    12.
    Also called étude. Music. a composition that combines exercise in technique with a greater or lesser amount of artistic value.
    13.
    Literature.
    1. a literary composition executed for exercise or as an experiment in a particular method of treatment.
    2. such a composition dealing in detail with a particular subject, as a single main character.
    14.
    Art. something produced as an educational exercise, as a memorandum or record of observations or effects, or as a guide for a finished production:
    She made a quick pencil sketch of his hands as a study for the full portrait in oils.
    15.
    a person, as an actor, considered in terms of his or her quickness or slowness in memorizing lines:
    a quick study.
    verb (used without object), studied, studying.
    16.
    to apply oneself to the acquisition of knowledge, as by reading, investigation, or practice.
    17.
    to apply oneself; endeavor.
    18.
    to think deeply, reflect, or consider.
    19.
    to take a course of study, as at a college.
    verb (used with object), studied, studying.
    20.
    to apply oneself to acquiring a knowledge of (a subject).
    21.
    to examine or investigate carefully and in detail:
    to study the political situation.
    22.
    to observe attentively; scrutinize:
    to study a person's face.
    23.
    to read carefully or intently:
    to study a book.
    24.
    to endeavor to learn or memorize, as a part in a play.
    25.
    to consider, as something to be achieved or devised.
    26.
    to think out, as the result of careful consideration or devising.

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