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degree
British English: /dɪˈɡriː/
American English: /dəˈɡri/

Translation of degree in German:

noun

  • 1 (Mathematics, Physics)
    Grad, der
    an angle/a temperature of 45 degrees
    ein Winkel/eine Temperatur von 45 Grad
  • 2
    (stage in scale or extent) Grad, der
    by degrees a certain degree of imagination
    ein gewisses Maß an Phantasie
    to a high degree
    in hohem Grade od. Maße
    to some or a certain degree
    [bis] zu einem gewissen Grad
    to the last degree
    in höchstem Grade
    obstinate to a degree
    reichlich widerspenstig [colloquial]
    to what degree?
    [in]wieweit?
  • 3
    (relative condition) Art, die
    in its degree
    auf seine Art
  • 4
    (step in genealogical descent) [Verwandtschafts]grad, der
  • 5forbidden or prohibited degrees (Verwandtschaftsgrade, die eine Heirat ausschließen)
  • 7
    (academic rank) [akademischer] Grad
    take/receive a degree in something
    einen akademischen Grad in etwas Dat. erwerben/verliehen bekommen
    have a degree in physics/maths
    einen Hochschulabschluss in Physik/Mathematik haben
  • 8 (Linguistics)degrees of comparison
    Steigerungsstufen Pl.
    positive/comparative/superlative degree
    Positiv, der
    Komparativ, der
    Superlativ, der
  • 9give somebody the third degree
    jemanden schonungslos ins Verhör nehmen

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