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grade /greid/
  • danh từ
    • (toán học) Grát
    • cấp bậc, mức, độ; hạng, loại; tầng lớp
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) điểm, điểm số (của học sinh)
      • to make the grade: đạt đủ điểm, đủ trình độ; thành công, thắng lợi
    • lớp (học)
      • the fourth grade: lớp bốn
    • dốc; độ dốc ((nghĩa đen) & (nghĩa bóng))
      • on the up grade: lên dốc
      • on the down grade: xuống dốc
      • movement is on the up grade: phong trào đang phát triển, phong trào đang theo hướng đi lên
    • (nông nghiệp) giống súc vật cải tạo (do lai giống địa phương với giống tốt hơn)
    • ngoại động từ
      • sắp, xếp, lựa; phân loại, chia loại; phân hạng
        • to grade milk: phân loại sữa
        • graded by size: chia theo cỡ
      • sửa (độ dốc) thoai thoải
      • tăng lên
      • ((thường) + up) lai cải tạo (lai một giống tốt hơn)
      • (nghệ thuật) đánh nhạt dần (màu sắc)
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) thay đổi dần dần; sắp xếp theo mức độ tăng
    Concise Dictionary
    grades|graded|gradinggreɪd
    noun
    +a body of students who are taught together
    +a relative position or degree of value in a graded group
    +the gradient of a slope or road or other surface
    +one-hundredth of a right angle
    +a degree of ablaut
    +a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance)
    +the height of the ground on which something stands
    +a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality
    +a variety of cattle produced by crossbreeding with a superior breed
    verb
    +assign a rank or rating to
    +level to the right gradient
    +assign a grade or rank to, according to one's evaluation
    +determine the grade of or assign a grade to

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 degree, position, rank, status, stage, standing, station, gradation, echelon, class, level, category, condition, state, estate, situation, rung:
    She is a singer of the first grade.
    2 rating, mark, score:
    What grade did you get in physics?
    3 class, form, year:
    My daughter is in the third grade.
    4 hill, slope, rise, gradient, acclivity, declivity, incline, decline, ascent, descent, upgrade, downgrade:
    The car coasted down a gentle grade into the lake.
    5 make the grade. pass, measure up, succeed, qualify, Colloq US make it, Slang US and Canadian and New Zealand hack or cut it:
    Do you think that Simpson can make the grade?
    v.
    6 classify, class, order, organize, rank, sort, size, group, categorize, rate:
    Her job is to grade pearls according to their size.
    7 mark, rate, correct, evaluate:
    My teacher was up late grading our exams.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 the quality of a particular product or material: All the materials used were of the highest grade.
    2 a level of ability or rank that sb has in an organization: salary grades (= levels of pay) + She's still only on a secretarial grade.
    3 a mark given in an exam or for a piece of school work: (BrE) She got good grades in her exams. + (AmE) She got good grades on her exams. + 70% of pupils got Grade C or above.
    4 (in the US school system) one of the levels in a school with children of similar age: Sam is in (the) second grade.
    5 (technical) how serious an illness is: low / high grade fever
    6 (especially AmE) = GRADIENT
    7 (BrE) a level of exam in musical skill: grade 6 piano
    Idioms: make the grade (informal) to reach the necessary standard; to succeed: About 10% of trainees fail to make the grade.
    + verb
    1 ~ sth/sb (by / according to sth)
    ~ sth (as sth) [often passive] to arrange people or things in groups according to their ability, quality, size, etc: [VN] The containers are graded according to size. + Eggs are graded from small to extra large + graded tests for language students + Ten beaches were graded as acceptable. + Responses were graded from 1 (very satisfied) to 5 (not at all satisfied). [also VN-ADJ]
    2 (especially AmE) to give a mark/grade to a student or to a piece of their written work: [VN] I spent all weekend grading papers. + [VN-N] The best students are graded A.
    Compare: MARK
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 level/quality

    ADJ.

    high, top
    a piece of high grade building land He still wants to play top grade football.
    | low, poor
    low grade steel

    2 mark given for a piece of work/an exam

    ADJ.

    final
    The oral exam constitutes 10% of the final grade.
    | excellent, good, high | low, poor

    VERB + GRADE

    achieve, attain, get, receive
    She got very good grades in her exams.
    | award (sb)

    3 level of importance/level of pay at work

    ADJ.

    high, senior
    He has asked to be put onto a higher grade. large pay rises for senior grades
    | junior, low | management | manual

    PREP.

    at a/the … ~
    She was offered a job at a lower grade.
    | on a/the … ~
    the people on management grades

    verb

    ADV.

    carefully
    a series of modern stories carefully graded for beginner to intermediate students

    PREP.

    according to
    The timber is graded according to its thickness.
    | by
    The containers are graded by size.
    | from … to …
    Eggs are graded from small to extra large.



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