Definition of undergrad in English:

undergrad

Syllabification: un·der·grad
Pronunciation: /ˈəndərˌɡrad
 
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noun

informal
An undergraduate.
More example sentences
  • I attended there both as an undergrad and a graduate student-about seven years.
  • Two hundred companies participated in the first online career fair and about 14,000 undergrads and alumni responded.
  • To be eligible to present at the conference, students must be enrolled as undergrads or have graduated but present research conducted during their undergraduate study.

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