- 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.；a person who has received a high school diploma
- successfully complete an academic degree, course of training, or (in North America) high school；receive an academic degree from
verb: graduate, 3rd person present: graduates, gerund or present participle: graduating, past tense: graduated, past participle: graduated
noun: graduate, plural noun: graduates
- 1. 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.
- ▪ North American a person who has received a high school diploma she is 19, a graduate of Lincoln High
- 2. North American a graduated cup, tube, flask, or measuring glass, used especially by chemists and pharmacists.
- 1. successfully complete an academic degree, course of training, or (in North America) high school he graduated from Glasgow University in 1990 he graduated in the summer with a 2:2 degree 同義詞
- ▪ US informal receive an academic degree from he graduated Harvard in 1965
- ▪ North American confer a degree or other academic qualification on the school graduated more than one hundred arts majors in its first year 同義詞
- ▪ move up to (a more advanced level or position) he started with motorbikes but now he's graduated to his first car 同義詞 反義詞
- 2. arrange in a series or according to a scale the stones were graduated in height from the lowest near the entrance to the tallest opposite 同義詞
- ▪ mark out (an instrument or container) in degrees or other proportionate gradations the stem was graduated with marks for each hour 同義詞
- 3. change (something, typically colour or shade) gradually or step by step the colour is graduated from the middle of the frame to the top