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My husband and I are parents to three college-age children. All three are good students that attend flagship state universities. flagship state universitiesとはどのような大学でしょうか?よろしくお願いします

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 flagship state universitiesとはどのような大学でしょうか?  flagship とは「旗艦」すなわち艦隊の司令官の旗が立っている軍艦、目ぼしい、その類の長、という意味です。  したがって、州の名を課したThe University of (州の名前)みたいなその州で一番優秀な州立大学ということでしょう。  州によっては州立の大学が複数あるところがあるので、例えば、Washington State University でなく、The University of Washington を指すと思います。

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