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one-year

compounding; noun
A student who attempts a hard study path and drops it the next year
 
"One year" is extracted from a sentence with a similar format as the following: He studied "______" for one year. It's typically used to describe the will-be statuses of most freshman who study pre-medicine. It's used to show that the classes for pre-meds are hard and that certain students cannot handle it.
Etymology : "One" from Old English "an" for "one" + "year" from Old English "gear."
Source : "Most pre-med students are one-years." (Rice pre-med student 9/23/2013)
Last modified: 12 December 2013


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