- n. 毕业生
- vt. 毕业；标以刻度；定等级
- vi. 毕业；获学位；逐渐变得
- adj. 毕业的；获得学位的
- 〈美〉毕业生的,研究所的 postgraduate
- [C]〈英〉大学毕业生 a person who has completed a university degree course
- [C]〈美〉毕业生 a person who has completed a course at a college, school
- vt. & vi. (从…)大学毕业,获得(学士)学位 obtain a degree, especially a first degree, at a university
- vt. & vi. 〈美〉(使)毕业 (cause to) complete an educational course
- vt. 划分级别 divide into levels or grades
a person who has received a degree from a school (high school or college or university)
a measuring instrument for measuring fluid volume; a glass container (cup or cylinder or flask) whose sides are marked with or divided into amounts
of or relating to studies beyond a bachelor's degree;
receive an academic degree upon completion of one's studies;
"She graduated in 1990"
confer an academic degree upon;
"This school graduates 2,000 students each year"
make fine adjustments or divide into marked intervals for optimal measuring;
"calibrate an instrument"
"graduate a cylinder"
- He is a graduate in medicine.
- He is a graduate of Tokyo University.
- They graduate 30,000 engineers every year.
- This ruler is graduated in centimeters.
- The salary scale is graduated so that you get more money each year.
- He will graduate from the school in May.
- He eventually graduated from clerical work to his present role.
- She was taken on as a graduate trainee.
- When did Zack graduate from Seaside High?
- She is a graduate nurse.
- The teacher is taking a graduate course in mathematics.
- Tom is a graduate student in physics.
- He was a college graduate.
- He is a graduate in medical science.
- Graduates from our school are working all over the island.
- 80 percent of Negro high school graduates are unemployed.
- He graduated at Oxford.
- It is three years since he graduated.
- She graduated with honors.
- She graduated in Japanese.
- She graduated as MA in philosophy in 1980.
- The university graduated 1500 students last year.
- graduate from( v.+prep. )
进步,进展make progress; move on (from sth easy or basic) to sth more difficult or important
graduate from sth
He graduated from Taipei University.
他毕业于台北大学。be graduated from sth
He was graduated from a normal college.
Our son has just graduated from a tricycle to a proper bicycle.
- turn out graduates 培养出毕业生
- brilliant graduate 出色的毕业生
She was no recent learner, no stumbling graduate from beginners' bars, but someone to whom movement on skates was inborn.出自： P. Norman
Our daughter-in-law was being graduated with honors from Bryn Mawr College.出自： D. Acheson
- ☆ 15世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自中世纪法语的graduatus（graduari的过去分词）：gradus(步子），意为走过一步，拿学位。