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1. graduate

verb. ['ˈgrædʒəwət, ˈgrædʒəˌweɪt, ˈgrædʒuːwət, ˈgrædʒuːˌeɪt'] receive an academic degree upon completion of one's studies.

Synonyms

  • receive

Antonyms

  • up
  • skew

Etymology

  • gradus (Latin)
  • gradi (Latin)

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Rhymes with Graduate Student

  • imprudent
  • prudent

Sentences with graduate-student


1. Noun Phrase
The American Opportunity Credit provides up to $2,500 for paying for an undergraduate student's tuition.

2. Noun Phrase
Scholarships are available for undergraduates, as are assistantships available for graduate students.

3. Noun Phrase
Of those, a little more than a third are undergrads, and the rest are graduate students.

2. graduate

noun. ['ˈgrædʒəwət, ˈgrædʒəˌweɪt, ˈgrædʒuːwət, ˈgrædʒuːˌeɪt'] a person who has received a degree from a school (high school or college or university).

Synonyms

  • student
  • scholar
  • scholarly person
  • grad
  • bookman
  • alumnus
  • old boy
  • Ivy Leaguer
  • alum

Antonyms

  • depressurize
  • desynchronize
  • blur
  • desynchronise

Etymology

  • gradus (Latin)
  • gradi (Latin)

3. graduate

verb. ['ˈgrædʒəwət, ˈgrædʒəˌweɪt, ˈgrædʒuːwət, ˈgrædʒuːˌeɪt'] confer an academic degree upon.

Synonyms

  • bestow

Antonyms

  • unready
  • disarranged

Etymology

  • gradus (Latin)
  • gradi (Latin)

4. graduate

adjective. ['ˈgrædʒəwət, ˈgrædʒəˌweɪt, ˈgrædʒuːwət, ˈgrædʒuːˌeɪt'] of or relating to studies beyond a bachelor's degree.

Synonyms

  • high

Antonyms

  • specialist
  • oblique angle

Etymology

  • gradus (Latin)
  • gradi (Latin)

5. graduate

verb. ['ˈgrædʒəwət, ˈgrædʒəˌweɪt, ˈgrædʒuːwət, ˈgrædʒuːˌeɪt'] make fine adjustments or divide into marked intervals for optimal measuring.

Synonyms

  • adjust
  • calibrate
  • fine-tune
  • correct

Antonyms

  • summerize
  • ascend
  • rise
  • moving

Etymology

  • gradus (Latin)
  • gradi (Latin)

6. graduate

noun. ['ˈgrædʒəwət, ˈgrædʒəˌweɪt, ˈgrædʒuːwət, ˈgrædʒuːˌeɪt'] a measuring instrument for measuring fluid volume; a glass container (cup or cylinder or flask) whose sides are marked with or divided into amounts.

Synonyms

  • graduated cylinder
  • measuring instrument
  • measuring device

Antonyms

  • disarrange
  • deglycerolize
  • pressurize
  • depressurise

Etymology

  • gradus (Latin)
  • gradi (Latin)

7. student

noun. ['ˈstuːdənt'] a learner who is enrolled in an educational institution.

Synonyms

  • nonreader
  • college boy
  • college man
  • Ivy Leaguer
  • overachiever
  • passer
  • law student
  • major
  • medico
  • pupil
  • nonachiever
  • seminarian
  • skipper
  • enrollee
  • seminarist
  • scholar
  • Etonian
  • educatee
  • auditor
  • collegian
  • underperformer
  • withdrawer
  • crammer
  • art student
  • medical student
  • underachiever
  • catechumen
  • sixth-former
  • neophyte
  • teacher-student relation

Antonyms

  • stupidity
  • intellectual
  • exclude
  • uninitiate

Etymology

  • studens (Latin)

8. student

noun. ['ˈstuːdənt'] a learned person (especially in the humanities); someone who by long study has gained mastery in one or more disciplines.

Synonyms

  • alumna
  • intellectual
  • valedictory speaker
  • book lover
  • bookman
  • theologian
  • schoolman
  • intellect
  • Masorite
  • valedictorian
  • Renaissance man
  • savant
  • alum
  • Schoolman
  • Shakespearian
  • initiate
  • Cabalist
  • licentiate
  • Islamist
  • Vedist
  • Shakespearean
  • salutatory speaker
  • bibliographer
  • goliard
  • doctor
  • theologist
  • pedant
  • salutatorian
  • Kabbalist
  • graduate
  • musicologist
  • philomath
  • scholar
  • generalist
  • post doc
  • Sinologist
  • scholarly person
  • scholastic
  • reader
  • postdoc
  • humanist
  • historian
  • scholiast
  • Arabist
  • academician
  • Massorete
  • philosopher
  • historiographer
  • bibliophile
  • theologiser
  • Dr.
  • pundit
  • grad
  • medieval Schoolman
  • alumnus
  • learned person
  • master
  • mujtihad
  • theologizer
  • bookworm
  • Masorete

Antonyms

  • unscholarly
  • nonintellectual
  • uneducated
  • physical

Etymology

  • studens (Latin)
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