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grad·er

 (grā′dər)
n.
1. One that grades, especially:
a. One who grades students' work.
b. A piece of heavy equipment used to level or smooth roads or other surfaces to the desired gradient.
2. A student in a specified class in an elementary, middle, or secondary school. Often used in combination: tenth graders.

grader

(ˈɡreɪdə)
n
1. a person or thing that grades
2. (Mechanical Engineering) a machine, either self-powered or towed by a tractor, that levels earth, rubble, etc, as in road construction

grad•er

(ˈgreɪ dər)

n.
1. a person or thing that grades.
2. a pupil in a specified grade at school: a fourth grader.
[1840–50, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.grader - a judge who assigns grades to something
critic - anyone who expresses a reasoned judgment of something
woolsorter, wool stapler - a person who sorts wool into different grades
Translations
فاحِص الإمتِحانات
kdo známkujeten
censor
külsõ vizsgáztató
klasifikujúci
not veren kimse

grader

[ˈgreɪdəʳ] N (US) (Scol) → examinador(a) m/f

grade

(greid) noun
1. one level in a scale of qualities, sizes etc. several grades of sandpaper; a high-grade ore.
2. (American) (the pupils in) a class or year at school. We're in the fifth grade now.
3. a mark for, or level in, an examination etc. He always got good grades at school.
4. (especially American) the slope of a railway etc; gradient.
verb
1. to sort into grades. to grade eggs.
2. to move through different stages. Red grades into purple as blue is added.
gradation (grəˈdeiʃən) noun
1. (one stage or degree in) a series of gradual and successive stages. There are various gradations of colour between red and purple.
2. the act or process of grading.
grader noun
(American) a person who marks exams etc.
ˈgrade school noun
(American) a primary school.
make the grade
to do as well as necessary. That new apprentice will never make the grade as a trained mechanic.
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