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degrees
English - Vietnamese Dictionary
degree /di'gri:/
  • danh từ
    • mức độ, trình độ
      • in some degree: ở mức độ nào
      • to a certain degree: đến mức độ nào
      • by degrees: từ từ, dần dần
      • to a high (very large, the last...) degree: lắm, rất, quá mức
    • địa vị, cấp bậc (trong xã hội)
      • a man of high degree: bằng cấp
      • to take one's degree: tốt nghiệp, thi đỗ
      • honorary degree: học vị danh dự
    • độ
      • an angle of 90 degrees: góc 90 độ
      • 32 degrees in the shade: 32 độ trong bóng râm
    • (toán học) bậc
      • degree of polynomial: bậc của đa thức
      • an equation of the third degree: phương trình bậc ba
    • (ngôn ngữ học) cấp
      • degrees of comparison: các cấp so sánh
      • superlative degree: cấp cao nhất
    • forbidden (prohibited) degrees
      • (pháp lý) quan hệ họ hàng gần quá không cho phép lấy nhau
    • to put through the third degree
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) tra hỏi, tra tấn để bắt cung khai
Concise Dictionary
degreesdɪ'griː
noun
+a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality
+a specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process
+an award conferred by a college or university signifying that the recipient has satisfactorily completed a course of study
+a unit of temperature on a specified scale
+a measure for arcs and angles
+the highest power of a term or variable
+the seriousness of something (e.g., a burn or crime)

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 grade, level, stage, class, caste, rank, order, scale, standing, status, station, position, situation, estate, condition:
He is entertaining a lady of high degree.
2 measure, magnitude, extent, limit, point; lengths, step:
All our needs, desires, and goals are biologically determined to some degree.
3 by degrees. little by little, bit by bit, step by step, inch by inch, inchmeal, gradually, slowly, (almost) imperceptibly:
By degrees, her health has improved.
4 to a degree.
(a) rather, somewhat, quite:
She is to a degree a better dancer than he.
(b) substantially, considerably, highly, decidedly, exceedingly, to a considerable extent:
She must be stupid to a degree if she believes in levitation.


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