Etymology

1. collegiate

adjective. ['kəˈliːdʒɪt'] of or resembling or typical of a college or college students.

Etymology

  • collegiatus (Latin)
  • -atus (Latin)

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Rhymes with Collegiate

  • badgett
  • blodgett
  • bridget
  • bridgett
  • bridgette
  • brigitte
  • budget
  • burgett
  • chargit
  • clagett
  • digit
  • edgett
  • fidget
  • fugett
  • fugitt
  • gilgit
  • hargett
  • legit
  • midgett
  • mudgett

How do you pronounce collegiate?

Pronounce collegiate as kəˈliʤɪt.

US - How to pronounce collegiate in American English

UK - How to pronounce collegiate in British English

How do you spell collegiate? Is it collegate ?

A common misspelling of collegiate is collegate

Sentences with collegiate


1. Adjective
A lacrosse coach's salary is influenced by the many factors that affect collegiate coaching as a whole.

2. Noun, singular or mass
Wear a short, brown wig -- Ross also often had bad haircuts -- and geeky, collegiate clothes.

3. Verb, base form
Professional and collegiate football draws millions of fans to stadiums and television viewing every autumn.

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