Definition of higher-grade in English:

higher-grade

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adjective

Of a higher quality, standard, or level in a hierarchy: the factory makes higher-grade steel for the car industry higher-grade white collar workers
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  • Bus-based systems can mimic the operating characteristics of light rail systems allowing higher-grade bus services to be provided in corridors where rail would be infeasible or inappropriate.
  • His desire is to play higher-grade rugby and so he will stay in Scotland for three years to gain his residency permit.
  • Mobilized officers might have to wait up to 18 months before being able to fill a higher-grade position.

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