When Sharon graduated from a high school in Geneva, Switzerland, he reveled in her success, she recalled.
Broadwell and Petraeus are both dedicated runners who graduated from West Point, and high achievers who love military culture.
Katie graduated from Dryden and went on to the State University of New York at Oswego.
early 15c., "one who holds a degree" (with man; as a stand-alone noun from mid-15c.), from Medieval Latin graduatus, past participle of graduari "to take a degree," from Latin gradus "step, grade" (see grade). As an adjective, from late 15c.
early 15c., "to confer a university degree upon," from Medieval Latin graduatus (see graduate (n.)). Intransitive sense from 1807. Related: Graduated; graduating.
graduated grad·u·at·ed (grāj'ōō-ā'tĭd)
Marked with or divided into intervals, as of volume or temperature, for use in measurement.