Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
graduate /'grædjut/
  • danh từ
    • (như) grad
    • (hoá học) cốc chia độ
    • ngoại động từ
      • chia độ
      • tăng dần dần
      • sắp xếp theo mức độ
      • cô đặc dần (bằng cách cho bay hơi)
      • cấp bằng tốt nghiệp đại học
      • nội động từ
        • được cấp bằng tốt nghiệp đại học; tốt nghiệp đại học
          • to graduate in law: tố nghiệp về luật
        • chuyển dần dần thành
        • tự bồi dưỡng để đạt tiêu chuẩn; tự bồi dưỡng để đủ tư cách
          • to attend an evening class to graduate as an engineer: học lớp buổi tối để đạt trình độ kỹ sư
      Concise Dictionary
      +a person who has received a degree from a school (high school or college or university)
      +a measuring instrument for measuring fluid volume; a glass container (cup or cylinder or flask) whose sides are marked with or divided into amounts
      +receive an academic degree upon completion of one's studies
      +confer an academic degree upon
      +make fine adjustments or divide into marked intervals for optimal measuring
      +of or relating to studies beyond a bachelor's degree
      Thesaurus Dictionary
      1 bachelor, postgraduate, US alumnus (pl. alumni) or alumna (pl. alumnae):
      Even university graduates found it difficult to get a job.
      2 gradate, mark, calibrate, grade, scale:
      This thermometer is graduated in increments of one tenth of a degree.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      noun, verb
      + noun (also informal grad especially in AmE)
      1 ~ (in sth) a person who has a university degree: a graduate in history + a science graduate + a graduate of Yale / a Yale graduate + a graduate student / course
      2 (AmE) a person who has completed their school studies: a high-school graduate - STUDENT
      + verb
      1 [V] ~ (in sth)
      ~ (from ...) to get a degree, especially your first degree, from a university or college: Only thirty students graduated in Chinese last year. + She graduated from Harvard this year. + He graduated from York with a degree in Psychology.
      2 [V] ~ (from ...) (AmE) to complete a course in education, especially at HIGH SCHOOL: Martha graduated from high school two years ago.
      3 [VN] ~ sb (from sth) (AmE) to give a degree, DIPLOMA, etc. to sb: The college graduated 50 students last year.
      4 [V] ~ (from sth) to sth to start doing sth more difficult or important than what you were doing before: She recently graduated from being a dancer to having a small role in a movie.
      Collocation Dictionary


      college, university
      job opportunities for university graduates
      | arts, engineering, history, law, medical, science, etc. | new, recent


      course, degree, diploma | school | student | recruit, trainee
      He joined the company as a graduate trainee.
      | employment, recruitment
      The company places great importance on graduate recruitment and training.
      | unemployment


      ~ in
      a graduate in sociology

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