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pass degreenoun [C]

uk   /ˈpɑːs dɪˌɡriː/ us   /ˈpæs dɪˌɡriː/
  • pass degree noun [C] (DEGREE)

UK a degree given to university or college students who have passed their exams, but not well enough to get an honours degree
  • pass degree noun [C] (DEGREE COURSE)

Australian English a degree course that is designed to be finished in three years instead of the usual four
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