Definition of summa cum laude in English:
adverb& adjectivechiefly North American
With the highest distinction: [as adverb]: he graduated summa cum laude [as adjective]: three scientific degrees, all summa cum laude
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- The process of determining the degrees summa cum laude will be the same as described above.
- The Yale program will award summa cum laude degrees to the top 5 percent of the graduating class; magna cum laude to the next 10 percent, and cum laude to the next 15 percent.
- Oldfield, who graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in education, is typical of the graduates accepted by Teach for America.
Latin, literally 'with highest praise'.
Words that rhyme with summa cum laudemagna cum laude
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