valedictorian


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val·e·dic·to·ri·an

 (văl′ĭ-dĭk-tôr′ē-ən)
n.
The student with the highest academic rank in a class who delivers the valedictory at graduation.
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valedictorian

(ˌvælɪdɪkˈtɔːrɪən)
adj
1. saying goodbye
2. of or relating to a farewell or an occasion of farewell
n
(Education) US and Canadian a person, usually the most outstanding graduate, who delivers a farewell speech at a graduation ceremony
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val•e•dic•to•ri•an

(ˌvæl ɪ dɪkˈtɔr i ən, -ˈtoʊr-)

n.
a student, usu. the one ranking highest academically in a graduating class, who delivers the valedictory.
[1750–60, Amer.]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.valedictorian - the student with the best grades who usually delivers the valedictory address at commencementvaledictorian - the student with the best grades who usually delivers the valedictory address at commencement
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
طالِب يُلْقي كَلِمة التَّخْريج
dygtigste elev
évfolyamelsõ
sakantis atsisveikinimo kalbą

valedictorian

n (US Sch) → Abschiedsredner(in) m(f) (bei der Schulentlassungsfeier)
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valedictorian

(ˌvalədikˈtoːriən) noun
(American) the student with the highest grades in a graduating class who gives a speech at the graduation ceremony.
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CHRISTIAN STRONG is valedictorian of the Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles.
Arroyo, keynote speaker for the ceremony at AMA Computer University, was among the many onlookers touched by the heart-tugging scene of class valedictorian Ana Marie Liamzon being surprised by her father.
However, I have been told unequivocally by some law school deans and professors that this act of state censorship is constitutional because the valedictorian would be speaking before a captive audience.
As a result, he did much more than merely remain in school; he improved his academic standing and personal relationships with his classmates and teachers to the point where he was chosen valedictorian of his graduating class.
She was valedictorian of her high school graduating class at Watkins Institute, Nashville, Tennessee; she received her Bachelor of Science degree in 1974 and her Master of Arts in 1975 from George Peabody College for Teachers, where she majored in special education, with emphasis in mental retardation, learning disabilities and sensory handicaps.
Umalla, who was the class valedictorian in high school, will also receive the Philippine Navy Saber and 12 other major awards.
Live updates: 2018 Bar exam results In the same television interview, Borja, the valedictorian of the Ateneo Law School Class of 2018, said he felt some pressure when he took the bar exams.
Of the Top 10 graduates, led by valedictorian Jervis Allen Ramos, six were women.
Edward valedictorian two weeks ago, thereby completing a streak that began with Tommasina in 2009 and was carried on by brothers Gus ('10), Antonio ('13) and Gino ('15).
The Austin high school valedictorian, Mayte Lara, went public with her immigration status via a tweet.
Valedictorian Layan Amin Abdul Shkoor with NUQ officials