Word: grade

Category: grade

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Synonyms: grade

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: grade

spanish
calidad, clase, grado, cuesta, curso, ...


german
steigung, qualität, grad, anstieg, neigung, ...

french
inclination, apprécier, note, marche, rang, ...

italian
livello, gradino, ceto, grado, classe, ...

portuguese
encosta, classe, posto, vertente, graduação, ...

dutch
mate, stand, niveau, glooiing, plan, ...

russian
звание, помол, мера, нивелировать, уровень, ...

norwegian
rang, grad, skråning, trinn, helling, ...

swedish
klass, rang, sortera, grad

finnish
sääty, voimakkuus, arvoaste, aste, rinne, ...

danish
niveau, klasse, højde, grad, karakter

czech
hodnost, úroveň, hladina, spád, sklon, ...

polish
klasa, gatunek, nachylenie, szczebel, stopień, ...

turkish
derece, baha, rütbe, sınıf, yokuş, ...

greek
βαθμολογώ

ukrainian
сортувати, міра, чин, ступінь, градус

albanian
gradë, klasë

estonian
sortima

croatian
rasporediti, ocjena, razred, čin, stupanj

icelandic
einkunn, bekkur

lithuanian
pažymys, klasė, lygmuo, vertinti, lygis

latvian
klase, līmenis, novērtējums, vērtēt, atzīme

romanian
notă, grad, clasă, nivel

slovenian
razred

slovak
stupeň

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The meaning and "use of": grade

noun
  • a particular level of rank, quality, proficiency, intensity, or value.
  • a gradient or slope.
  • a variety of cattle produced by crossing with a superior breed.

verb
  • arrange in or allocate to grades; class or sort.
  • pass gradually from one level, especially a shade of color, into another.
  • reduce (a road) to an easy gradient.
  • cross (livestock) with a superior breed.

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