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English definition of “grading”

grading

noun
 
 
/ˈɡreɪdɪŋ/ PRODUCTION, HR
[U] the process of judging the quality of a product, substance, or organization, or the performance of an employee: The Medical Association has created a system of grading for organs that are to be donated.grading rules/system/criteria Intel's three-month employee grading process begins in January.
[C] a rank or level of quality given to a product, substance, person, or organization: The primary school received a 'good' grading. → See also job grading
(Definition of grading from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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