Fellow student

fellow student in designates one/one in the university linguistic usage Mitstudenten/in, in particular the same specialist area and - term.

Also professors use this expression frequently, in order to address the entire listener shank.

Fellow student comes from latin commilito, - onis M.More =Mitkämpfer, comrade in arms; and/or. carry out of cum =mit and militare =Kriegsdienst.

See also: alumnus, Alumni day


Wiktionary: Kommilitone – Wortherkunft, Synonyme und Übersetzungen
 

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