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How to Pronounce faculty?

Correct pronunciation for the word "faculty" is [fˈakə͡ltˌi], [fˈakə‍ltˌi], [f_ˈa_k_əl_t_ˌi].

Definition of faculty

  1. Any original power of mind in which it is active; the power of doing anything or of performing any action, natural, vital, or animal; the skill derived from practice, or practice aided by nature; special power; privilege; a right or power granted to a person; the individuals constituting a learned profession, or a branch of one, taken collectively the members of a profession; in colleges, the masters and professors of the several departments of a university, one of the departments of a university. The Faculty of Advocates, in Scotland, an incorporated body of barristers, their president being styled Dean of the Faculty.

Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language By Nuttall, P.Austin

What are similar-sounding words for faculty?

What is the adjective for faculty?

The adjective form of the word "faculty" is "facultative".

Usage over time for faculty:

This graph shows how "faculty" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

What is the plural form of faculty?

The plural of the "faculty" can be the "faculties".

What is the singular form of faculty?

The singular of the "faculty" can be the "faculty".

Synonyms for Faculty:


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