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Spanish translation of “degree”

degree

noun /diˈɡriː/
(an) amount or extent
grado
There is still a degree of uncertainty This job requires a high degree of skill.
(physics) a unit of temperature
grado
20° (= 20 degrees) Celsius.
(mathematics) a unit by which angles are measured
grado
at an angle of 90 (= 90 degrees).
a title or certificate given by a university etc
título
He has a degree in chemistry.
by degrees gradually
poco a poco, gradualmente, paulatinamente
We reached the desired standard of efficiency by degrees.
to a degree to a small extent
hasta cierto punto
I agree with you to a degree, but I have doubts about your conclusions.
(Definition of degree from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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