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Graded

ɡreɪd

Meanings of Graded:

verb

Arrange in or allocate to grades; classify or sort.

Usage examples:

The timber is graded according to its thickness
noun

A particular level of rank, quality, proficiency, or value.

Usage examples:

Sea salt is usually available in coarse or fine grades

Gradely

ˈɡreɪdli

Meanings of Gradely:

adjective

Fine, decent, or respectable.

Usage examples:

She were a gradely lass

Graders

-ɡreɪ.dər

Meanings of Graders:

noun

A person or thing that grades.

Usage examples:

Ms. jones says she isn't confident in the grading system, which instructs graders to disregard fact…

Grades

ɡreɪd

Meanings of Grades:

noun

A particular level of rank, quality, proficiency, or value.

Usage examples:

Sea salt is usually available in coarse or fine grades
verb

Arrange in or allocate to grades; classify or sort.

Usage examples:

The timber is graded according to its thickness

Gradient

ˈɡreɪ.di.ənt

Meanings of Gradient:

noun

An inclined part of a road or railway; a slope.

Usage examples:

Fail-safe brakes for use on steep gradients

Gradients

ˈɡreɪ.di.ənt

Meanings of Gradients:

noun

An inclined part of a road or railway; a slope.

Usage examples:

Fail-safe brakes for use on steep gradients

Gradin

ɡrəˈdiːn

Meanings of Gradin:

noun

A low step or ledge, especially one at the back of an altar.

Usage examples:

The mid-century gradins - bleachers where children were seated for hours - gave way to classrooms w…

Gradine

ɡrəˈdiːn

Meanings of Gradine:

noun

A low step or ledge, especially one at the back of an altar.

Usage examples:

The mid-century gradins - bleachers where children were seated for hours - gave way to classrooms w…

Gradines

ɡrəˈdiːn

Meanings of Gradines:

noun

A low step or ledge, especially one at the back of an altar.

Usage examples:

The mid-century gradins - bleachers where children were seated for hours - gave way to classrooms w…

Grading

ˈɡreɪdɪŋ

Meanings of Grading:

verb

Arrange in or allocate to grades; classify or sort.

Usage examples:

The timber is graded according to its thickness
noun

A particular level of rank, quality, proficiency, or value.

Usage examples:

Sea salt is usually available in coarse or fine grades

Gradings

ˈɡreɪdɪŋ

Meanings of Gradings:

noun

The process of judging the quality of a product, substance, or organization, or the performance of an employee

Usage examples:

The medical association has created a system of grading for organs that are to be donated., grading…

Gradins

ɡrəˈdiːn

Meanings of Gradins:

noun

A low step or ledge, especially one at the back of an altar.

Usage examples:

The mid-century gradins - bleachers where children were seated for hours - gave way to classrooms w…

Gradiometer

ˌɡreɪdɪˈɒmɪtə

Meanings of Gradiometer:

noun

A surveying instrument used for setting out or measuring the gradient of a slope.

Usage examples:

One such invention was the rotating cruciform gravity gradiometer mass detector, which measures ear…

Grads

ɡræd

Meanings of Grads:

noun

Short for graduate.

Gradual

ˈɡrædʒ.u.əl

Meanings of Gradual:

adjective

Taking place or progressing slowly or by degrees.

Usage examples:

The gradual introduction of new methods
noun

(in the western christian church) a response sung or recited between the epistle and gospel in the mass.

Usage examples:

The chants set were vespers responsories, mass graduals, and alleluias, and perhaps some procession…

Gradualism

ˈɡradʒʊəlɪz(ə)m

Meanings of Gradualism:

noun

A policy of gradual reform rather than sudden change or revolution.

Usage examples:

Indeed, it can be argued that a policy of gradualism has served the kingdom well.

Gradually

ˈɡrædʒ.u.ə.li

Meanings of Gradually:

adverb

In a gradual way; slowly; by degrees.

Usage examples:

The situation gradually improved

Graduals

ˈɡradʒʊəl

Meanings of Graduals:

noun

(in the western christian church) a response sung or recited between the epistle and gospel in the mass.

Usage examples:

The chants set were vespers responsories, mass graduals, and alleluias, and perhaps some procession…
adjective

Taking place or progressing slowly or by degrees.

Usage examples:

The gradual introduction of new methods

Graduand

ˈɡradʒʊand

Meanings of Graduand:

noun

A person who is about to receive an academic degree.

Usage examples:

The ceremony starts with the presentation of one or more honorary graduands

Graduands

ˈɡradʒʊand

Meanings of Graduands:

noun

A person who is about to receive an academic degree.

Usage examples:

The ceremony starts with the presentation of one or more honorary graduands

Graduated

ˈɡrædʒ.u.eɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Graduated:

adjective

Arranged in a series or according to a scale.

Usage examples:

A graduated tax
verb

Successfully complete an academic degree, course of training, or (in north america) high school.

Usage examples:

He graduated from glasgow university in 1990

Meanings of Graduates:

noun

A person who has successfully completed a course of study or training, especially a person who has been awarded an undergraduate or first academic degree.

Usage examples:

Training courses usually take graduates or school leavers any time after they've got their qualific…
verb

Successfully complete an academic degree, course of training, or (in north america) high school.

Usage examples:

He graduated from glasgow university in 1990

Graduating

ˈɡrædʒ.u.eɪt

Meanings of Graduating:

verb

Successfully complete an academic degree, course of training, or (in north america) high school.

Usage examples:

He graduated from glasgow university in 1990
noun

A person who has successfully completed a course of study or training, especially a person who has been awarded an undergraduate or first academic degree.

Usage examples:

Training courses usually take graduates or school leavers any time after they've got their qualific…

Meanings of Graduation:

noun

The receiving or conferring of an academic degree or diploma.

Usage examples:

However, students of the international class would receive two diplomas upon graduation; a national…

Graduations

ˌɡrædʒ.uˈeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Graduations:

noun

The receiving or conferring of an academic degree or diploma.

Usage examples:

However, students of the international class would receive two diplomas upon graduation; a national…

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