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pass-fail

adjective uk   /ˌpɑːsˈfeɪl/ us    /ˌpæs-/ mainly US
If an exam or course is pass-fail, no mark is given for it, and the only thing the students are told about their performance is if they have passed.
Translations of “pass-fail”
in Chinese (Traditional) (考試或課程成績)及格-不及格評分制的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (考试或课程成绩)及格-不及格评分制的…
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