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ad eundem gradum

[ ad ee-uhn-duhm -grey-duhm, grah- ]
/ æd iˈʌn dəm ˈgreɪ dəm, ˈgrɑ- /
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adverb

to, of, or in the same rank or standing: pertaining to a university recognizing the academic credentials of a student transferring from another university by granting the student comparable status.

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Origin of ad eundem gradum

<New Latin, Latin

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