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  1. grade
    IPA[ɡrād]
  2. noun

    verb

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: grade, plural noun: grades

    • v.: verb: grade, 3rd person present: grades, gerund or present participle: grading, past tense: graded, past participle: graded

    • noun

      a particular level of rank, quality, proficiency, or value:

      a level in a salary or employment structure:

    • verb

      arrange in or allocate to grades; classify or sort:

      give a mark to (a student or a piece of work).

    • adjective

      of low quality or strength:

      at a low level in a salary or employment structure:

    • adjective

      of very good quality:

      (of ore) rich in metal value and commercially profitable.

    • noun

      the first year of formal education:

      the set of students grouped together for teaching in the first year of formal education:

    • on the same level
    • noun

      a book in which marks for a student's work are recorded:
    • adjective

      of a higher quality, standard, or level in a hierarchy:
    • noun

      a place where a railroad and a road, or two railroad lines, cross at the same level.
    • noun

      a grade or level on a pay scale:
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