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matriculate
American English: /məˈtrɪkjəˌleɪt/
British English: /məˈtrɪkjʊleɪt/

Translation of matriculate in Spanish:

intransitive verb

[formal]
  • 1.1 (enrol)
    matricularse
    inscribirse
    Example sentences
    • Under the plan, all undergraduates entering Tulane University will matriculate through a single undergraduate college.
    • After graduating from University College, he matriculated at Trinity College Cambridge in 1871.
    • After matriculating, he enrolled in Arts at Sydney University in 1948.
    1.2 (qualify)
    (British English)
    aprobar el examen de ingreso
    Example sentences
    • This is a request for everyone who matriculated from Hudson Park High School in 1994 to contact me in connection with the 10-year matric reunion this year.
    • In 1963, the first group of students matriculated from the high school.
    • If a learner has no mark in any of these three categories, he won't matriculate even if he gets full marks in the final exam.

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