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Translation of "grade" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /ɡreid/
one level in a scale of qualities, sizes etc nivel, categoría, calidad, grado several grades of sandpaper a high-grade ore.
(American) (the pupils in) a class or year at school curso, año We’re in the fifth grade now.
a mark for, or level in, an examination etc nota He always got good grades at school.
(especially American ) the slope of a railway/railroad etc; gradient. pendiente
gradation /ɡrəˈdeiʃən/ noun
(one stage or degree in) a series of gradual and successive stages gradación There are various gradations of colour between red and purple.
the act or process of grading. gradación, clasificación
grader noun
(American ) a person who marks exams etc. examinador
grade school noun
(American) a primary school. escuela primaria
make the grade
to do as well as necessary estar a la altura, tener el nivel necesario That new apprentice will never make the grade as a trained mechanic.
(Definition of grade from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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