SCRABBLE ® cheat



[sɪˈmɛstə], (Noun)

- a half-year term in a school or university, especially in North America, typically lasting for fifteen to eighteen weeks
(e.g: the opening week of Harvard's autumn semester)


early 19th century: from German Semester, from Latin semestris ‘six-monthly’, from sex ‘six’ + mensis ‘month’

definition by Oxford Dictionaries

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