Definitions for Graduate
ˈgrædʒ u ɪt, -ˌeɪt; -ˌeɪtgrad·u·ate
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Graduate.
alumnus, alumna, alum, graduate, gradnoun
a person who has received a degree from a school (high school or college or university)
a measuring instrument for measuring fluid volume; a glass container (cup or cylinder or flask) whose sides are marked with or divided into amounts
of or relating to studies beyond a bachelor's degree
receive an academic degree upon completion of one's studies
"She graduated in 1990"
confer an academic degree upon
"This school graduates 2,000 students each year"
calibrate, graduate, fine-tuneverb
make fine adjustments or divide into marked intervals for optimal measuring
"calibrate an instrument"; "graduate a cylinder"
A person who is recognized by a university as having completed the requirements of a degree studied at the institution
A person who is recognized by a high school as having completed the requirements of a course of study at the school
A graduated (marked) cup or other container, thus fit for measuring
To be recognized by a school or university as having completed the requirements of a degree studied at the institution. See note on from usage.
To certify (a student) as having earned a degree
Indiana University graduated the student.
To mark a scale on (something) so that it can be used for measuring
To change gradually
graduated, arranged by degrees
holding an academic degree
relating to an academic degree
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
A man dignified with an academical degree.
Etymology: gradué, French, from gradus, Latin.
Of graduates I dislike the learned rout,
And chuse a female doctor for the gout. James Bramston.
Etymology: graduer, French; gradus, Latin.
John Tregonwel, graduated a doctor and dubbed a knight, did his prince good service. Richard Carew, Survey of Cornwal.
Concerning columns and their adjuncts, architects make such a noise as if the terms of architraves, frizes, and cornices were enough to graduate a master of this art. Henry Wotton, Architect.
The places were marked where the spirits stood at the severest cold and greatest heat, and according to these observations he graduates his thermometers. William Derham, Physico-Theology.
The tincture was capable to transmute or graduate as much silver as equalled in weight that gold. Boyle.
Not only vitriol is a cause of blackness, but the salts of natural bodies; and dyers advance and graduate their colours with salts. Thomas Browne, Vulgar Errours, b. vi. c. 12.
to mark with degrees; to divide into regular steps, grades, or intervals, as the scale of a thermometer, a scheme of punishment or rewards, etc
to admit or elevate to a certain grade or degree; esp., in a college or university, to admit, at the close of the course, to an honorable standing defined by a diploma; as, he was graduated at Yale College
to prepare gradually; to arrange, temper, or modify by degrees or to a certain degree; to determine the degrees of; as, to graduate the heat of an oven
to bring to a certain degree of consistency, by evaporation, as a fluid
to pass by degrees; to change gradually; to shade off; as, sandstone which graduates into gneiss; carnelian sometimes graduates into quartz
to taper, as the tail of certain birds
to take a degree in a college or university; to become a graduate; to receive a diploma
one who has received an academical or professional degree; one who has completed the prescribed course of study in any school or institution of learning
a graduated cup, tube, or flask; a measuring glass used by apothecaries and chemists. See under Graduated
arranged by successive steps or degrees; graduated
Etymology: [See Graduate, n. & v.]
"Graduate" is a song by Third Eye Blind and written by Stephan Jenkins and Kevin Cadogan. The B-side, "Horror Show", was written by Jenkins and Cadogan as well and later released on the "How's It Going to Be" single in 1998. It reached number 26 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart in the U.S, and number 14 on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart. Additionally, it was featured in the 1998 film Can't Hardly Wait starring Seth Green and Jennifer Love Hewitt. The band played this at the American Music Awards in 1998, changing some of the lyrics to "can I masturbate" in place of "can I graduate."
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'Graduate' in Nouns Frequency: #1906
The numerical value of Graduate in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of Graduate in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
He turned 18 in the fall of his senior year, got drafted the spring of his senior year and he was supposed to graduate in May.
After I got married, I stayed at home as a housewife, now I am teaching in this school alongside pursuing my graduate studies.
These are targeted resources needed to address the fact that a lot of children just didn’t achieve much for about a year. can these districts show that all their kids are ready to graduate at the end of this year — college- and career-ready?
I want everybody to know that this is what those officers took from me...., gianna does not have a father. He will never see her grow up, graduate.
I mentor the students. Basically I got hired because how good I was, how excellent I was, how they seen me progress, and not just the girls, the males too. Because some of the males, they listen to me. I tell them not to do this. You do that. I want to see them graduate. I want to see them become better men. I want them out of the streets. I don't want to see them on the news, them in jail. I don't want to see them like that. I want to see them graduate, succeed with life.
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Translations for Graduate
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- تخرج, درجArabic
- absolvent, promovatCzech
- graduieren, Graduierter, absolvieren, Absolventin, Graduierte, AbsolventGerman
- graduados, graduada, graduadoSpanish
- valmistua, ylioppilasFinnish
- diplômée, diplômer, licenciée, diplômé, licenciéFrench
- ceumnaichScottish Gaelic
- diplomata, diplomato, laurearsi, laureata, laureato, diplomarsiItalian
- 卒業生, 卒業, 目盛るJapanese
- graduatus, suscipere, admittere, graduata, adipisciLatin
- afgestudeerde, abituriënt, afstuderen, promoveren, graduerenDutch
- formar, graduado, [[formar]]-[[se]], diplomar, graduarPortuguese
- дипломант, выпускница, градуировать, окончить, выпускник, дипломировать, дипломанткаRussian
- tốt nghiệpVietnamese
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