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grade British & World English

A particular level of rank, quality, proficiency, or value

grade English Thesaurus

hotels within the same grade

Grade, Lew British & World English

Baron Grade of Elstree (1906–98), British television producer and executive, born in Russia; born Louis Winogradsky. A pioneer of British commercial television, he served as president of ATV (Associated Television) from 1977 to 1982

O grade British & World English

Short for Ordinary Grade.

at grade British & World English

On the same level

low-grade British & World English

Of low quality or standard

pay grade British & World English

A grade or level on a pay scale

top-grade British & World English

Of the highest quality; excellent

low-grade English Thesaurus

low-grade coal

first grade British & World English

The first year of formal education

grade book British & World English

A book in which marks for a student’s work are recorded

grade point British & World English

A numerical value assigned to a letter grade received in a course at a college or university, multiplied by the number of credits awarded for the course

high-grade British & World English

Of very good quality

lower-grade British & World English

Of an inferior quality, standard, or level in a hierarchy

grade school British & World English

An elementary school

higher-grade British & World English

Of a higher quality, standard, or level in a hierarchy

reagent grade British & World English

A grade of commercial chemicals of a high standard of purity suitable for use in chemical analysis

reserve grade British & World English

(In sport) a second division

weapons-grade British & World English

Denoting fissile material which is suitable for making nuclear weapons

grade crossing British & World English

North American term for level crossing.

grade inflation British & World English

A progressive upward trend in the average grades awarded to students for a particular level of academic achievement

Ordinary Grade British & World English

(Formerly in Scotland) the lower of the two main levels of the Scottish Certificate of Education examination

Standard Grade British & World English

(In Scotland) the lower of the two main levels of the Scottish Certificate of Education examination

make the grade British & World English

Succeed; reach the desired standard

investment grade British & World English

A level of credit rating for stocks regarded as carrying a minimal risk to investors

field-grade rank British & World English

The rank attained by a military field officer

field-grade officer British & World English

A major, lieutenant colonel, or colonel

grade point average British & World English

An indication of a student’s academic achievement at a college or university, calculated as the total number of grade points received over a given period divided by the total number of credits awarded

lieutenant junior grade British & World English

A commissioned officer in the US Navy or Coast Guard ranking above ensign and below lieutenant

be above one's pay grade British & World English

Be above one’s level of responsibility or outside one’s sphere of expertise

regrade British & World English

Grade again or differently

kyu British & World English

A numbered grade of the less advanced level of proficiency in judo, karate, and other martial arts

prograde British & World English

(Of planetary motion) proceeding from west to east; direct

make the grade in grade British & World English

Succeed; reach the desired standard

multigrade British & World English

An engine oil meeting the requirements of several standard grades

be above one's pay grade in pay grade British & World English

Be above one’s level of responsibility or outside one’s sphere of expertise

make the grade in grade English Thesaurus

he lacked the experience to make the grade

be above or beyond one's pay grade in pay grade British & World English

Be above one’s level of responsibility or outside one’s sphere of expertise


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