Definition of graduate in English:
- Training courses usually take graduates or school leavers any time after they've got their qualification.
- He has also won the three major teaching awards in his college and both the graduate and undergraduate teaching awards in his department.
- And of the nine with a law degree, four were graduates of Harvard Law School.
- In many cases, elementary-school teachers were simply graduates of the local high school.
- Half of high school graduates receive an advanced education.
- Many high school graduates want to receive a university education abroad, but few people can afford this.
- Rinse flask with small portions of non-saturated acetonitrile and transfer rinsings to the graduate with disposable pipette until 5 ml is collected.
- Uncap the flask, and use a pipette to transfer excess liquid above the 1.0 L mark to a 25-mL graduate.
- Between 1873 and 1933 only six students graduated from high school.
- Only five out of 12 of Gina's siblings graduated from high school.
- The report recommended that states require students to take a minimum number of courses in core academic subjects in order to graduate from high school.
- She graduated college with a degree in Art History but didn't work a day since receiving her diploma.
- As a result, she graduated college with a degree in engineering even though she couldn't draw a straight line.
- At 23, she was employed by Newsweek-Paris shortly after graduating college with a degree in journalism.
- Murgel attended Louisiana State University and was graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering.
- Without this additional dimension in the analysis of students it is difficult to explain efforts by universities to graduate students faster.
- Most of those jobs have gone to India and China, whose universities graduate hundreds of thousands of engineers each year.
- Students will start with the basic moves before graduating to more difficult stamina-building sequences.
- Encouraged by her parents to follow her passions, Julie took dance classes from the age of two, moving on to a drama group and graduating to Scottish Youth Theatre.
- Initially working in cartoons, he graduated to sitcoms, before moving into drama.
- The inheritance tax is graduated into three classes according to the ‘nearness’ of family connection.
- Unlike the income tax, which is graduated, the payroll tax is calculated as a flat percentage of income.
- A radical ministry which gained office with socialist support in 1895 and tried to introduce graduated income and inheritance taxes was brought down by the Senate.
- To assess flight ability, a tube containing a fly was placed above a small hole in a plastic top covering a 1-liter graduated cylinder.
- Flies were dropped into a 500-ml graduated cylinder whose inside wall was covered with paraffin oil.
- The standing ladder is graduated with eight horizontal lines marked from I to 8.
- She flicked her wrist like a magician and produced a little fan of plastic strips, in graduated colours like paint samples.
- Coloured lenses are trendy, especially if they have a graduated colour scheme.
- My sister, on the other hand, literally bought her living room from the catalog in graduated shades of tan.
The traditional use is “be graduated from”: she will be graduated from medical school in June. However, it is now more common to say “graduate from”: she will graduate from medical school in June. The use of graduate as a transitive verb, as in he graduated high school last week, is increasingly common, especially in speech, but is considered incorrect by most traditionalists.
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