Idioms about grade
- on the same level: A railroad crosses a highway at grade.
- (of a stream bed) so adjusted to conditions of slope and the volume and speed of water that no gain or loss of sediment takes place.
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The pale, baby-faced, red-cheeked rapper is furiously puffing away at a hastily-made blunt crammed with low-grade weed.The Cult of Yung Lean: ‘I’m Building An Anarchistic Society From the Ground Up’|Marlow Stern|January 4, 2015|DAILY BEAST
I know the verse because Mrs. Bertalan used to have us do it in ninth-grade choir.
“By no means are we Grade A professional consultants,” Goff said.
Craig-Lewis was an 11-year veteran of the Philadelphia Fire Department, a position she had aspired to since grade school.
Behind him stood a flock of fifth-grade boys—and two second-grade girls—all of them wearing the exact same yellow hat.Even Grade School Kids Are Protesting the Garner Killing Now|Caitlin Dickson|December 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We were about nine hours of fair daylight traversing 160 miles of level or descending grade, with a light passenger train.Glances at Europe|Horace Greeley
By May, 1793, he had gained the grade of general of brigade; two months later he became general of division.Napoleon's Marshals|R. P. Dunn-Pattison
"Long bright leaf" is considered the finest, while that known as "Luga" is the poorest and lowest grade of leaf.
I dont think it would exonerate him either with them or with legal functionaries of a higher grade.Oliver Twist, Vol. II (of 3)|Charles Dickens
ThePg 96 grade, though very steep, was not so much of an obstacle as the deep sand, with which the road was covered.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
British Dictionary definitions for grade (1 of 2)
- a part of a railway, road, etc, that slopes upwards or downwards; inclination
- Also called: gradient a measure of such a slope, esp the ratio of the vertical distance between two points on the slope to the horizontal distance between them
- on the same level
- (of a river profile or land surface) at an equilibrium level and slope, because there is a balance between erosion and deposition
- to reach the required standard
- to succeed
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British Dictionary definitions for grade (2 of 2)
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Other Idioms and Phrases with grade
see make the grade.