Definition of schoolteaching in English:

schoolteaching

noun

  • See schoolteacher

    • ‘In sharp contrast to the men, a number of the unmarried women graduates who had stayed in schoolteaching confessed to some anxiety about their economic circumstances.’
    • ‘We must make sure that the trainees recruited for schoolteaching are quality trainees.’
    • ‘Following an attack of polio in 1924, she gave up schoolteaching and produced the first full-length book of short stories based on the character she had previously written about for magazines.’
    • ‘She was a delightful conversationalist who enjoyed telling me something of life and schoolteaching in Brittany under more normal conditions.’
    • ‘This was the first watershed: schoolteaching was left behind and he could now devote himself to music.’

Pronunciation

schoolteaching

/ˈskuːltiːtʃɪŋ/