graded in Spanish

Pronunciation
[grade] v. clasificar, evaluar; escalonar, cortar en gradas, explanar

Example Sentences

Stop blaming the teacher for your poor grades.
Deja de culpar al maestro por tus malas calificaciones.
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Teachers encourage students to make good grades.
Los maestros favorecen a los alumnos que tienen buenas calificaciones.
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Did you grade the tests?
¿Calificó usted los exámenes?
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He is in the tenth grade.
Él está en el décimo grado.
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Her grades have improved significantly.
Sus notas mejoraron significativamente.
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His essay gave only a superficial analysis of the problem, so it was a real surprise to him when he got the highest grade in the class.
Su ensayo hacía sólo un análisis superficial del problema, así que fue una gran sorpresa para él conseguir la nota más alta de la clase.
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His grades have improved significantly.
Sus notas mejoraron significativamente.
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How many grade four kanji have you memorised?
¿Cuántos kanjis de cuarto grado has memorizado?
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I got terrible grades this term.
Tuve pésimas notas este semestre.
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I wish I could care more about my grades but it seems that, at a certain point of my life, I decided they wouldn't be so important anymore.
Desearía poder preocuparme más de mis notas pero parece que, en cierto punto de mi vida, decidí que ya no sería tan importante.
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Synonyms

arranged in a sequence of grades or ranks: ranked, hierarchal, hierarchical, stratified, hierarchic



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