Definition of schoolbook in English:

schoolbook

noun

  • A textbook used in a school.

    • ‘He knows battle only through schoolbooks and soldiers' stories, and fears the possible ridicule of his peers, should he be deemed a coward by running from battle.’
    • ‘He helps buy schoolbooks and uniforms, takes children on field trips and even lectures them on the importance of adhering to their school's dress code.’
    • ‘Are backpacks the best way to carry schoolbooks?’
    • ‘She walked to her room to put up her schoolbooks, noting that if she did not get to work on a new assignment soon, she would be swamped with other work before she could get to it.’
    • ‘Added to his mortgage, he was forced to seek a loan from his credit union all in a desperate effort last year to purchase his children's much-needed schoolbooks.’
    • ‘I found the closet-type thing where my uniforms were stored, the drawer with schoolbooks, and a small computer.’
    • ‘I grabbed my schoolbooks and ran down the hallway to the exit.’
    • ‘A glance at the stack of schoolbooks on her desk reminded Lee that she had a class this morning, and Lee inwardly cursed her erratic course schedule.’
    • ‘Whatever is to be filmed - from pamphlets to schoolbooks to broadsides - is positioned carefully in a large, jointed cradle under a wide pane of glass.’
    • ‘Your mum might have thrown out all your schoolbooks, so you keep everything.’
    • ‘All of them received schoolbooks, notebooks and other accessories every year, during the month of June, before the commencement of new academic year.’
    • ‘Even if the protest over schoolbooks proves momentary, stress between the two countries will likely continue across a range of fault lines.’
    • ‘Father brought home schoolbooks today for each of us.’
    • ‘Going over to his desk, he stuffed the sheets of last night's homework in his book bag along with his schoolbooks and put one of the straps over his shoulder.’
    • ‘There were only schoolbooks, classes, day trips, and his friends.’
    • ‘Barbara is sitting on a couch, looking over some schoolbooks.’
    • ‘Quickly stowing the teddy bear under her bed (it enraged her father to see it), she grabbed one of her schoolbooks and pretended to be reading about biology.’
    • ‘Palmer advises parents to lay in a good supply of schoolbooks.’
    • ‘He put down her schoolbooks carefully, in a neat stack.’
    • ‘In addition, he had married Vanessa two years ago, back when he could scarcely afford his schoolbooks let alone the engagement ring she had been sniping about since they were high school sweethearts.’

Pronunciation

schoolbook

/ˈskuːlbʊk/