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diploma

noun [C] uk   /dɪˈpləʊ.mə/  us   /-ˈploʊ-/
A2 a document given by a college or university to show that you have passed a particular exam or finished your studies: a diploma in business studiesUS a high school diploma
Translations of “diploma”
in Arabic دِبْلوم…
in Korean 수료증…
in Malaysian diploma…
in French diplôme…
in Turkish diploma…
in Italian diploma…
in Chinese (Traditional) 學位證書, 大學文憑…
in Russian диплом…
in Polish dyplom…
in Vietnamese bằng cấp…
in Spanish diploma…
in Portuguese diploma…
in Thai อนุปริญญา, ประกาศนียบัตร…
in German das Diplom…
in Catalan diploma…
in Japanese 修了証書…
in Indonesian ijazah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 学位证书, 大学文凭…
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