grad

1
[ grad ]
/ græd /

noun Informal.

a graduate.

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Origin of grad

1
First recorded in 1870–75; by shortening

Definition for grad (2 of 3)

grad2
[ grad ]
/ græd /

noun

one hundredth of a right angle.
Also grade.

Origin of grad

2
1905–10; < French grade degree < Latin gradus step

Definition for grad (3 of 3)

grad.

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British Dictionary definitions for grad (1 of 2)

grad
/ (ɡræd) /

noun

informal a graduate

British Dictionary definitions for grad (2 of 2)

grad.

abbreviation for

maths gradient
education graduate(d)
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Medical definitions for grad

grad.

abbr.

gradatim (gradually)
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