Synonyms for grade
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English Synonyms and Antonyms
A class is a number or body of persons or objects having common pursuits, purposes, attributes, or characteristics. A caste is hereditary; a class may be independent of lineage or descent; membership in a caste is supposed to be for life; membership in a class may be very transient; a religious and ceremonial sacredness attaches to the caste, as not to the class. The rich and the poor form separate classes; yet individuals are constantly passing from each to the other; the classes in a college remain the same, but their membership changes every year. We speak of rank among hereditary nobility or military officers; of various orders of the priesthood; by accommodation, we may refer in a general way to the higher ranks, the lower orders of any society. Grade implies some regular scale of valuation, and some inherent qualities for which a person or thing is placed higher or lower in the scale; as, the coarser and finer grades of wool; a man of an inferior grade. A coterie is a small company of persons of similar tastes, who meet frequently in an informal way, rather for social enjoyment than for any serious purpose. Clique has always an unfavorable meaning. A clique is always fractional, implying some greater gathering of which it is a part; the association breaks up into cliques. Persons unite in a coterie through simple liking for one another; they withdraw into a clique largely through aversion to outsiders. A set, while exclusive, is more extensive than a clique, and chiefly of persons who are united by common social station, etc. Circle is similar in meaning to set, but of wider application; we speak of scientific and religious as well as of social circles.
A class of merchants; the senior class at (sometimes of) Harvard; the classes in college.
class, form, grade, coursenoun
a body of students who are taught together
"early morning classes are always sleepy"
category, ground level, figure, tier, flesh, frame, stratum, mark, kind, track, chassis, social class, physical body, grad, soma, row, course of action, score, human body, division, level, socio-economic class, manikin, sort, form, mannikin, mannequin, conformation, phase, course of study, family, word form, trend, path, cast, gradation, configuration, class, variant, degree, course, pattern, bod, year, signifier, shape, descriptor, line, course of instruction, variety, strain, anatomy, physique, contour, var., material body, manakin, build
grade, level, tiernoun
a relative position or degree of value in a graded group
"lumber of the highest grade"
the gradient of a slope or road or other surface
"the road had a steep grade"
one-hundredth of a right angle
a degree of ablaut
mark, grade, scorenoun
a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance)
"she made good marks in algebra"; "grade A milk"; "what was your score on your homework?"
course, ground level, scotch, marking, grad, mug, sucker, tier, target, crisscross, musical score, fall guy, score, sign, level, brand, form, chump, mark, stigma, grievance, stain, home run, gradation, scratch, class, degree, gull, sexual conquest, patsy, grudge, fool, marker, scrape, cross, print, scar, bell ringer, bull's eye, account, soft touch
grade, ground levelnoun
the height of the ground on which something stands
"the base of the tower was below grade"
degree, grade, levelnoun
a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality
"a moderate grade of intelligence"; "a high level of care is required"; "it is all a matter of degree"
ground level, stage, form, stratum, storey, degree, tier, mark, class, point, score, spirit level, academic degree, story, horizontal surface, layer, gradation, arcdegree, floor, level, course, grad
a variety of cattle produced by crossbreeding with a superior breed
rate, rank, range, order, grade, placeverb
assign a rank or rating to
"how would you rank these students?"; "The restaurant is rated highly in the food guide"
roll, vagabond, dictate, score, rank, ramble, mark, set up, identify, localize, range, enjoin, run, target, stray, rove, tell, post, station, place, browse, point, come in, regulate, array, graze, say, govern, cast, straddle, arrange, send, pasture, lay, wander, regularize, position, ordinate, aim, ordain, regularise, direct, lay out, swan, site, tramp, value, put, crop, invest, outrank, localise, consecrate, rate, commit, drift, pose, come out, set, prescribe, order, locate, roam, set out
level to the right gradient
grade, score, markverb
assign a grade or rank to, according to one's evaluation
"grade tests"; "score the SAT essays"; "mark homework"
cross out, pit, stigmatise, rank, mark, commemorate, pock, hit, rack up, range, seduce, tick, nock, differentiate, place, strike out, notice, punctuate, score, make, brand, check off, cross off, stigmatize, strike off, mark off, distinguish, tally, denounce, rate, tag, scar, label, set, order, tick off, note, check
determine the grade of or assign a grade to
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Viktor Bout has been international arms trafficking enemy number one for many years, arming some of the most violent conflicts around the globe, he was finally brought to justice in an American court for agreeing to provide a staggering number of military-grade weapons to an avowed terrorist organization committed to killing Americans.
One of the beautiful things about our program is that once a student receives a scholarship, it will continue to follow them each year through eighth grade, so if they get the scholarship in kindergarten, the total value of the scholarship could be worth up to $9,000.
For someone like this child who started as non-verbal who went all the way up to acing the STAAR test in seventh grade – gives hope and lets people know our children can move along that spectrum and can start with low-functioning and go up to higher-functioning. It takes a lot of education, a lot of therapy, a lot of hard work on their part, but it’s possible.
Some are able and humane men and some are low-grade individuals with the morals of a goat, the artistic integrity of a slot machine, and the manners of a floorwalker with delusions of grandeur.
Iran has agreed to refrain from producing or acquiring highly enriched uranium and weapons-grade plutonium for nuclear weapons forever, when it comes to verification and monitoring, there is absolutely no sunset in this agreement. Not in 10 years, not in 15 years, not in 20 years, not in 25 years - no sunset ever.
Translations for grade
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- Note, Grad, Klasse, SorteGerman
- grado, nivel, desnivelSpanish
- luiska, arvio, raastaminen, aste, taso, laatu, luokka, jyrkkyys, luokkalainen, maanpinta, [[parafyleettinen]] [[ryhmä]], arvosanaFinnish
- mention, classeFrench
- թվանշան, գնահատականArmenian
- pendenza, classe, grado di pendenza, voto, livello, scuola, insegnamentoItalian
- 年, 等級, 学年Japanese
- оце́нка, отме́тка, ранг, -кла́ссник, сорт, -кла́ссница, укло́н, класс, у́ровеньRussian
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