- n.学生; [解]瞳孔; 未成年人; [法]被监护人
- 复数: pupils;
a capitation fee for each pupil
He developed a wide range of sporting interests as a pupil at Millfield.
After his education, Goldschmidt became a pupil of the composer Franz Schreker.
Although he had had no formal engineering training he was a natural and willing pupil.
Eleanor was a reluctant, anxious pupil.
I have a pupil who scored very low in assessments but is keen as mustard.
Simply marking an answer wrong will not help the pupil to get future examples correct.
As a girl she had been a model pupil.
The pupil joined the two points by a straight line.
We are very proud that a pupil from our school has won the prize.
The teacher checked off each pupil as he got on the bus.
The teacher supposed that the absent pupil was ill, but some of his friends suspected he was playing truant.
The tenor was a pupil of a singer.
The teacher is practicing a pupil in English.
The teacher must know the name of each and every pupil.
Every pupil is supposed to be in his classroom at 9 a.m.
The teacher threatened to kick the impudent pupil out of the room.
The teacher unified the answer of her pupil with hers.
He is an apt pupil.
Like teacher, like pupil.
Be a pupil before you become a teacher.
The teacher has a mistaken opinion of this pupil.
Li Hong is an intelligent pupil.
Setting up the harmonious campus needs to build up harmonious relation of and pupil.
However, market shares rose after a row, the content can appear magnified, Pupil differences increased significantly.
不过股大盘在经过连续上扬之后, 量能出现放大, 多空分歧明显增加.
Pupil: I get up early!
The teacher must learn the name of each and every pupil.
The pupil on the right is dilated and does not react to light.
Just having a strong teacher for one elementary year left pupils a bit less likely to become mothers as teenagers, a bit more likely to go to college and earning more money at age 28.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, for instance, admits only that the graduation rate for its first-generation pupils is much lower than the percentage of all students who graduate within four years ( ' , 81 percent).
In schools, teachers and pupils alike often assume that if a concept has been easy to learn, then the lesson has been successful.
But numerous studies have now found that when classroom material is made harder to absorb, pupils retain more of it over the long term, and understand it on a deeper level
With the teacher's help, these pupils were able to find the answers to their set of problems.
Pupils at about 90 percent of British secondary schools wear uniforms.
2019年高考英语浙江卷 语法填空 原文
The little pupil took his grandma by the arm and walked her across the street.
2015年高考英语陕西卷 单项填空 原文收起真题例句
1. a learner who is enrolled in an educational institution
2. contractile aperture in the iris of the eye
3. a young person attending school (up through senior high school)
pupil, student, learner, scholar
瞳孔 又称 :瞳孔(Pupilla（拉）)