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grad·u·a·tion

 (grăj′o͞o-ā′shən)
n.
1.
a. Conferral or receipt of an academic degree or diploma marking completion of studies: the rate of graduation of student athletes.
b. A ceremony at which degrees or diplomas are conferred; a commencement.
2.
a. A division or interval, as on a graduated scale: shading with many fine graduations.
b. A mark indicating the boundary of such a division or interval.
3. An arrangement in or a division into stages or degrees.

graduation

(ˌɡrædjʊˈeɪʃən)
n
1. the act of graduating or the state of being graduated
2. (Education) the ceremony at which school or college degrees and diplomas are conferred
3. a mark or division or all the marks or divisions that indicate measure on an instrument or vessel

grad•u•a•tion

(ˌgrædʒ uˈeɪ ʃən)

n.
1. an act of graduating or the state of being graduated.
2. the ceremony of conferring degrees or diplomas, as at a college or school.
3. arrangement in degrees, levels, or ranks.
4.
a. a mark on an instrument or vessel for indicating degree or quantity.
b. such marks collectively.
[1375–1425; < Medieval Latin]

graduation

The awarding of an academic degree or diploma, or the ceremony at which this is carried out.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.graduation - the successful completion of a program of studygraduation - the successful completion of a program of study
mop up, windup, completion, culmination, closing - a concluding action
2.graduation - an academic exercise in which diplomas are conferredgraduation - an academic exercise in which diplomas are conferred
baccalaureate - a farewell sermon to a graduating class at their commencement ceremonies
exercise - (usually plural) a ceremony that involves processions and speeches; "academic exercises"
3.graduation - a line (as on a vessel or ruler) that marks a measurement; "the ruler had 16 graduations per inch"
line - a mark that is long relative to its width; "He drew a line on the chart"
4.graduation - the act of arranging in grades
quantification - the act of discovering or expressing the quantity of something
blending, shading - a gradation involving small or imperceptible differences between grades

graduation

noun calibration, marking, grade, gauge medicine bottles with graduations on them
Translations
تَخَرُّجتَقسيم إلى دَرجاتحَفْلَة تَخْريج
promocepromočnístupnice
dimissiondimissions-dimissionsceremoniinddeling
valmistuminenvalmistujaiset
diplomiranje
diplomaátadásegyetemi avatás
stigmerking, kvörîunútskrift
大学卒業
졸업
promočný
diploma
akademisk examen
การสำเร็จการศึกษา
mezuniyetderece çizgisidiploma töreni
sự tốt nghiệp

graduation

[ˌgrædjʊˈeɪʃən] N (= ceremony) (Univ etc) → entrega f del título universitario (US) (Scol) → entrega f del título de bachiller

graduation

[ˌgrædʒuˈeɪʃən] n
(= university ceremony) → cérémonie f de remise des diplômes
(obtaining one's degree)
after graduation, I → après avoir obtenu mon diplôme, je ...
(US) (= high school ceremony) → cérémonie f de remise des diplômesgraduation ceremony n (from university)cérémonie f de remise des diplômesgraduation day n (from university)jour m de la remise des diplômes

graduation

n
(= mark)(Maß)einteilung f
(Univ, US Sch: = ceremony) → (Ab)schlussfeier f (mit feierlicher Überreichung der Zeugnisse); his graduation was delayed by illnesswegen Krankheit wurde ihm sein Zeugnis erst später überreicht

graduation

[ˌgrædjʊˈeɪʃn] n (Univ) (ceremony) → consegna delle lauree (Am) (Scol) → consegna dei diplomi

graduate

(ˈgradjueit) verb
1. to receive a degree, diploma etc. He graduated in German and French.
2. to mark out with regular divisions. A thermometer is graduated in degrees.
(-ət) noun
a person who has been awarded a degree or diploma. a graduate in French.
ˌgraduˈation noun
1. the act or ceremony of graduating from a college, university etc. The graduation will be held in the large hall; (also adjective) a graduation ceremony.
2. a marked division. the graduations on a thermometer.

graduation

تَخَرُّج promoce dimission Abschlussfeier αποφόιτηση graduación valmistuminen remise des diplômes diplomiranje laurea 大学卒業 졸업 diploma-uitreiking avgangseksamen ukończenie szkoły graduação окончание учебного заведения akademisk examen การสำเร็จการศึกษา mezuniyet sự tốt nghiệp 毕业
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Among my graduation presents there was a silk umbrella from Mrs.
He got no new clothing during his apprenticeship, but on his graduation day his master tricked him out in spang-new tow-linens and made him feel unspeakably rich and fine.
I was glad you could git over to Huldy's graduation, Delia," said Mrs.
I thought 't was kind o' foolish, his makin' so much of her when it wan't her graduation," objected Mrs.
Each man's rank in that perfect graduation depends on some symmetry in his structure or some agreement in his structure to the symmetry of society.
Soon after her graduation from the Framingham institution, Miss Davidson came to Tuskegee, bringing into the school many valuable and fresh ideas as to the best methods of teaching, as well as a rare moral character and a life of unselfishness that I think has seldom been equalled.
After the first week the girls of Patty's Place settled down to a steady grind of study; for this was their last year at Redmond and graduation honors must be fought for persistently.
Herrick, the nephew of a wealthy goldsmith, seems, after a late graduation from Cambridge, to have spent some years about the Court and in the band of Jonson's 'sons.
Willie, the eighteen-year-old son, who attends the New York public school, is absorbed in the weekly article describing how to make over an old skirt, for he hopes to take a prize in sewing on graduation day.
By method and discipline are to be understood the marshaling of the army in its proper subdivisions, the graduations of rank among the officers, the maintenance of roads by which supplies may reach the army, and the control of military expenditure.
There are as many kinds of republics as there are graduations between
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