English → English - grade

Pronunciation
n. number or letter indicating the quality of work done (pertaining to schoolwork), mark; level, degree, rank; type; class (in a school); slope, incline
v. assign a rank to, give a mark or grade to; organize, classify; make level
n. degree, unit of measurement of temperature and angles; extent; academic title received after completing a program of studies at a university or college

English → Spanish - grade

Pronunciation
s. grado, calidad, categoría, nivel; pendiente, cuesta, gradiente, subida; calificación, nota
v. clasificar, evaluar; escalonar, cortar en gradas, explanar

Spanish → English - grade

Pronunciation
[gradar] v. harrow, break up and level plowed ground by means of a harrow; gradate

English → French - grade

Pronunciation
n. grade; rand, degré; échelon; qualité, classe; niveau; note, résultat scolaire; catégorie; pente, rampe, montée ou descente, inclinaison (aux USA)
v. classer; graduer; trier; régulariser

English → German - grade

Pronunciation
n. Note; Stufe; Niveau; (Güte) klasse
v. einteilen, einstufen, sortieren; benoten; zensieren; einebnen

English → Indonesian - grade

Pronunciation
n. tingkat, pangkat, mutu, kelas, angka, nilai, tanjakan, taraf
v. menggolong-golongkan, memberi angka, memeriksa, membiji, meratakan

English → Italian - grade

Pronunciation
s. grado, livello, stadio; qualità, categoria; rango; gruppo, classe; anno; voto, punto; (Strad, Ferr) pendio, pendenza, inclinazione; (Zootecn) animale con un progenitore di razza pura
v. classificare; selezionare; graduare, ordinare per gradi; sfumare; (Strad, Ferr) livellare; (Zootecn) incrociare

English → Polish - grade

Pronunciation
n. stopień, ranga, szczebel, gatunek, krzyżowanie ras, nachylenie, klasa szkoły podstawowej, nota szkolna
v. klasyfikować, sortować, krzyżować, profilować drogę, stopniować, cieniować {plast.}, sklasyfikować, skrzyżować, skrzyżowywać

English → Portuguese - grade

Pronunciation
s. nota; graduação; posto; série (escolar); dignidade
v. classificar; dar nota; qualificar; aplainar

English → Romanian - grade

Pronunciation
n. gradaţie, progresie, clasă, categorie, calitate, notă, rampă, rasă ameliorată {zool.}
v. grada, degrada, aranja pe categorii, netezi, amesteca substanţe, amenaja, ameliora o rasă de animale

English → Russian - grade

Pronunciation
с. степень, звание, ранг, качество, сорт, класс, оценка, отметка, новая, уклон, градиент, градус, уровень
г. сортировать, ставить оценку, постепенно меняться, нивелировать

English → Turkish - grade

Pronunciation
f. sınıflamak, sınıflandırmak, derecelendirmek, not vermek, düzeltmek, düzenlemek
i. derece, aşama, basamak, rütbe, kademe, sınıf, kalite, eğim, seviye, düzey, başarı notu

English → Ukrainian - grade

Pronunciation
n. ступінь, звання, ранг, якість, схил, розряд, сорт
v. ранг: розташовувати за рангами, сортувати

French → English - grade

Pronunciation
(m) n. rank, grade

German → English - grade

Pronunciation
v. assign a rank to, give a mark or grade to; organize, classify; make level

Portuguese → English - grade

Pronunciation
n. rail, drag, dunnage, grate, oratino

English → Dutch - grade

Pronunciation
zn. cijfer; graad; soort; klas; helling
ww. graderen; cijfer geven; rangschikken; afvlakken (van grond)

English → Greek - grade

Pronunciation
ουσ. βαθμολογία, βαθμός, τάξη
ρήμ. βαθμολογώ

French → Spanish - grade

Pronunciation
1. (emploi) rango (m)
2. (position) grado (m)
3. (écoles - universités) título (m)

French → German - grade

Pronunciation
n. rangstufe, charge, amtswürde, würde, dienstgrad, grad, rang, stand

French → Italian - grade

Pronunciation
1. (emploi) grado (m)
2. (position) grado (m)
3. (écoles - universités) laurea (f); titolo (m)

French → Portuguese - grade

Pronunciation
1. (emploi) grau (m)
2. (position) grau (m); nível (m)
3. (écoles - universités) diploma (m); título (m)

French → Russian - grade

Pronunciation
n. чин (m), звание (m), ранг (m), степень (m), степень (ученая) (m), ученый: ученая степень (m), градус (m)

Portuguese → French - grade

Pronunciation
(cerca) treillage (m)

French → Dutch - grade

Pronunciation
1. (emploi) rang (m)
2. (position) rang (m); stand (m)
3. (écoles - universités) graad (m)

German → Dutch - grade

Pronunciation
graden ,mate ,met

English → Arabic - grade

Pronunciation
‏منزلة، رتبة، صف، مرحلة، درجة، سلم الراتب، فئة، مستوى، صف مدرسي، مرتبة، نوعية، طريق متحدر‏
‏صنف الثمار، صنف، تدرج، درج، إحتل درجة، مهد‏

English → Chinese - grade

Pronunciation
(名) 等级, 成绩, 年级
(动) 分等, 评分, 分级; 分等级; 渐次变化, 渐次调和; 属于某等级

English → Chinese - grade

Pronunciation
(名) 等級, 成績, 年級
(動) 分等, 評分, 分級; 分等級; 漸次變化, 漸次調和; 屬於某等級

English → Hindi - grade

Pronunciation
n. दर्जा, दरजा, पद, पदवी, वर्ग, श्रेणि, क्रम
v. क्रम में रखना, वर्गीकरण करना

English → Japanese - grade

Pronunciation
(動) 等級を付ける; 段階付ける; 成績をつける; 採点する
(名) 成績(学校の); 程度; 等級; 段階; 学年(学校の); 傾斜

English → Korean - grade

Pronunciation
명. 점수; 수준; 등급; 유형; 학년 (학교); 완만한 경사
동. 부류로 나누다, 등급을 매기다; 분류하다

English → Vietnamese - grade

Pronunciation
n. cấp, bực, thứ vị, hạng, phẩm, trình độ nặng nhẹ, dốc, đường, lên tới đỉnh, mực ngang
v. sắp, lựa, làm phai lạt, sửa cho đều

Definition of grade

Pronunciation
Noun
1. A rating.
I gave him a good grade for effort.
2. The performance of an individual or group on an examination or test, expressed by a number, letter, or other symbol; a score.
He got a good grade on the test.
3. A degree or level of something; a position within a scale; a degree of quality.
This fine-grade coin from 1837 is worth a good amount.
4. A slope (up or down) of a roadway or other passage
The grade of this hill is more than 5 percent.
5. A level of pre-collegiate education.
Clancy is entering the fifth grade this year.
Clancy starts grade five this year.
6. A student of a particular grade (used with the grade level).
The grade fives are on a field trip.
7. An area that has been graded by a grader (construction machine)
8. The level of the ground.
This material absorbs moisture and is probably not a good choice for use below grade.
9. A gradian.
10. In a linear system of divisors on an n-dimensional variety, the number of free intersection points of n generic divisors.
11. A harsh scraping or cutting; a grating.
12. A taxon united by a level of morphological or physiological complexity that is not a clade.
13. (medicine) The degree of malignity of a tumor expressed on a scale.
Verb
14. To assign scores to the components of an academic test.
15. To assign a score to overall academic performance.
16. To flatten, level, or smooth a large surface.
17. To remove or trim part of a seam allowance from a finished seam so as to reduce bulk and make the finished piece more even when turned right side out.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: grading
Present: grade (3.person: grades)
Past: graded
Future: will grade
Present conditional: would grade
Present Perfect: have graded (3.person: has graded)
Past Perfect: had graded
Future Perfect: will have graded
Past conditional: would have graded
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