Academy (noun)

  1. An institution of higher education, typically offering courses in a particular field of study.
  2. An organization, society, or institution devoted to a particular field of study or pursuit.

Origin:

Derived from the greek word "akadēmía", the word "academy" was originally used to describe a school or educational institution in ancient greece.

Examples:

  1. She studied at the academy of music for several years.
  2. The academy awards are given out annually to the best actors and actresses in the film industry.
  3. He was elected to the academy of sciences for his work in the field of physics.
  4. The academy is a prestigious institution that trains future leaders in the arts and sciences.
  5. The academy offers a wide range of courses in fields such as mathematics, science, and engineering.
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