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lucubrate (verb), lucubrates; lucubrated; lucubrating
1. To write in a scholarly fashion; to produce scholarship: Shirley was lucubrating to her fellow class mates about the main ideas that she had in her dissertation.
2. To work or to study laboriously; especially, at night: Every evening, Max spends a great deal of time lucubrating the university assignments he receives for all of his graduate classes.
3. Etymology: from Latin lucubarre, lucubart-, "to work at night by lamplight".
To study with great effort.
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To study late at night.
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