Translation of rusticate in Spanish:


expulsar temporalmente, v.

Pronunciation /ˈrəstəˌkeɪt/ /ˈrʌstɪkeɪt/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (de la universidad) expulsar temporalmente
    suspender Latin America
    • How is it that all the students who were rusticated were Dalits?
    • Academic institutions are increasingly nervous about ‘exemplary’ punishments - expelling or rusticating discovered cheaters.
    • He was educated at Rugby and at Trinity College, Oxford, where he was rusticated.
    • But, since I've been at Lincoln, three people have been rusticated and now there is a fourth.
    • He was rusticated until May 2005, while he will not be allowed to return until next January.
    • Besides the fine, Proctors can refer the case of any student who admits breaking University regulations to the Court of Summary Jurisdiction, which is able to impose a penalty of £500, or rusticate the member for three terms.