scholar
noun
1. (a distinguished academic) 
Scholars believe that the ancient city of Troy is in modern-day Turkey.Los eruditos creen que la antigua ciudad de Troya se localiza en la Turquía moderna.
Fray Luis de Leon was a poet and scholar who preferred to live a solitary life.Fray Luis de León era un poeta y sabio que prefería vivir una vida solitaria.
My sister is a Dante scholar who has presented her work at international conferences.Mi hermana es una estudiosa de Dante que ha presentado sus trabajos en congresos internacionales.
2. (education) 
a. el becario (M)la becaria (F) (recipient of a scholarship) 
The scholar will be awarded $2,000 toward a research project of his or her own design.Se otorgará al becario la suma de $2,000 para un proyecto de investigación de su propio diseño.
b. el alumno (M)la alumna (F) (literary) 
The scholars at that boarding school would go on to become doctors and lawyers.Los alumnos de ese internado llegarían a ser doctores y abogados.
scholar
Noun
1. (learned person) 
a. el erudito(a) (M)la erudito(a) (F) 
scholar [ˈskɒləʳ]
noun
1 (learned person) sabioasabia (m) (f);a sabia (expert) estudiosoaestudiosa (m) (f);a estudiosa expertoaexperta (m) (f);a experta
a famous Dickens scholar un conocido especialista en Dickens
he's a Tirso scholar
I'm no scholar yo apenas sé nada; yo no soy nada intelectual
2 (pupil) alumnoaalumna (m) (f);a alumna (scholarship holder) becarioabecaria (m) (f);a becaria
he's never been much of a scholar nunca fue muy aficionado a los libros; scholar's list (US) (Univ) lista de honor académica
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