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grad

 (grăd)
n. Informal
1. A graduate of a school or college.
2. A student studying for a graduate degree, such as a PhD.
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grad

(ɡræd)
n
(Education) informal a graduate
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grad

(græd)

n. Informal.
a graduate.
[1870–75; by shortening]

grad.

1. gradient.
2. graduate.
3. graduated.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.grad - one-hundredth of a right angle
angular unit - a unit of measurement for angles
right angle - the 90 degree angle between two perpendicular lines
2.grad - a person who has received a degree from a school (high school or college or university)grad - a person who has received a degree from a school (high school or college or university)
Ivy Leaguer - a student or graduate at an Ivy League school
old boy - a former male pupil of a school
bookman, scholar, scholarly person, student - a learned person (especially in the humanities); someone who by long study has gained mastery in one or more disciplines
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Translations

grad

[ˈgræd] n (mainly US)diplômé(e) m/f
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Whether they're stressed about starting college or anxious about impressing a new boss, grads who are fretting about the future will find a kindred spirit in Beth Evans, whose new book, I Really Didn't Think This Through: Tales from My So-Called Adult Life (Morrow, $14.99, 192 pages, ISBN 9780062796066), is chock-full of the clever comic doodles and enlightened observations that have earned her a substantial Instagram following.
He emphasized upon grads to acquire the right set of skills, be competent and work hard towards their goals in life.
The truth is they cannot move faster and avoid errors at this stage, and the sooner we accept this, the better we can nurture our new grads through the experience.
That seems high at first glance but the underemployment rate, like the jobless rate for recent grads, was also at a post-Great Recession low, according to the NY Fed.
College graduates, on average, earned 56 percent more than high school grads in 2015, according to data compiled by the Economic Policy Institute.
Benner says it's normal for new grads to feel overwhelmed and anxious about making a mistake.
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