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noun [C] (EXAMINATION RESULT)
考試成績
 
 
/pɑːs/ US  /pæs/
UK a successful result in an examination
(考試)及格,通過
Jonathon Hill achieved grade A passes at A-level.
喬納森‧希爾在高級證書考試中取得了 A 等成績。
Success and achievementsHigher and lower points of achievementFailures
US a mark given to a student to show that they have successfully finished a course or an examination that they will not be given a grade (= numbered mark) for
及格分數;考試及格
I got a pass in my World Lit course.
我修習的世界文學課程考試及格了。
Marks and results
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