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grad

2 [grad]
noun
one hundredth of a right angle.
Also, grade.


Origin:
1905–10; < French grade degree < Latin gradus step

grad.

1.
Mathematics, gradient.
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grad (ɡræd)
 
n
informal a graduate

grad.
 
abbreviation for
1.  maths gradient
2.  education graduate(d)

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grad. abbr.
Latin gradatim (gradually)

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grad
graduate
grad.
gradient
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Example sentences
Cornell grad student volunteers walked through the swabbing process with the undergrad students.
After graduating, she did not enter the teaching profession, but went straight to grad school to learn more about computers.
But as time went by, through grad school and all, evolution helped me lose my faith.
My faith is in the professors and the good grad kids who care about humanity.
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