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graduate

US [ˈɡrædʒuət]
UK ['ɡrædʒueɪt]
  • n.毕业生;大学毕业生;学士学位获得者
  • v.大学毕业;获得学位(尤指学士);毕业(尤指中学)
  • adj.得学士称号的;刻度的
  • Web研究生;研究所;量筒
Simple Present:graduates  Present Participle:graduating  Past Tense:graduated  
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n.
1.
~ (in sth)
大学毕业生;学士学位获得者a person who has a university degree
a graduate in history
历史学学士
a science graduate
理学士
a graduate of Yale/a Yale graduate
耶鲁大学毕业生
a graduate student/course
研究生;研究生课程
2.
毕业生a person who has completed their school studies
a high school graduate
中学毕业生
v.
1.
[i][t]
获得学位(尤指学士);大学毕业to get a degree, especially your first degree, from a university or college
Only three students graduated in Czech studies last year.
去年只有三名学生获得捷克研究学士学位。
She graduated from Harvard this year.
她今年毕业于哈佛大学。
He graduated from York with a degree in Psychology.
他毕业于约克大学,获心理学学士学位。
She graduated college last year.
她去年大学毕业。
2.
[i][t]
毕业(尤指中学)to complete a course in education, especially at high school
Martha graduated from high school two years ago.
玛莎两年前高中毕业。
Martha graduated high school two years ago.
玛莎两年前高中毕业。
3.
[t]
~ sb (from sth)
授予(某人)学位(或毕业文凭等)to give a degree, diploma , etc. to sb
The college graduated 50 students last year.
去年这所学院有 50 名毕业生。
4.
[i]
~ (from sth) to sth
逐渐发展(或变化、进展、上升)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.
她最近从一个舞蹈演员逐步过渡到在电影里扮演小角色。

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