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cum laude
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adverb, adjective
(from Latin) (in the US) at the third of the three highest levels of achievement that students can reach when they finish their studies at college: He graduated cum laude from Georgetown University.
Compare: MAGNA CUM LAUDE, SUMMA CUM LAUDE


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