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Graduate

Definition of graduate:

part of speech: verb

To divide into regular intervals: to mark with degrees: to proportion.

part of speech: verb

To pass by grades or degrees: to pass through a university course and receive a degree: in England the regular usage is to say that a person graduates ( takes an academical degree), in U. S. it is more common to say that he or she is graduated; as, Longfellow was graduated at Bowdoin College.

part of speech: verb

To mark with degrees; proportion; confer a degree upon.

part of speech: noun

One admitted to a degree in a college, university, or society.

part of speech: adjective

Having been given a degree; pertaining to those upon whom degrees have been conferred; as, a graduate student.

part of speech: verb

To receive a university degree.

part of speech: noun

One on whom a degree or a diploma has been conferred.

part of speech: verb

To take or receive a college degree or a diploma; change by degrees.

part of speech: verb

To mark with degrees; to arrange according to degrees of quality, color, heat, etc.; to confer a degree or diploma upon; as, he was graduated at Columbia.

part of speech: noun

GRADUATION.

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