- a graduate.
Origin of grad1
- one hundredth of a right angle.
Origin of grad2
Related Words for gradundergraduate, scholar, pupil, junior, graduate, recipient, doctor, grad, alum, alumnus, observer, learner, novice, skill, docent, disciple, apprentice, sophomore, undergrad, registrant
Examples from the Web for grad
Contemporary Examples of grad
Terry Castle has this great book called The Professor, which came out after I was in grad school.Meghan Daum On Tackling The Unspeakable Parts Of Life
December 6, 2014
Luckily for the Harvard grad, it was his last week at the internship.The Intern Who Birthed The KAL007 Conspiracy Theories
September 8, 2014
Soldiers said they were attacked with artillery, tanks, mortars and Grad missiles.Defying NATO, Ignoring Ceasefire, Russian-Backed Troops Keep Rolling
September 4, 2014
By Thursday night the shelling and Grad strikes had lessened.Shakeup In the Ukraine Rebel High Command
August 15, 2014
Shoygu would not dare to send the Grad system, tanks, APCs, and other weapons to Donbass unless Putin approved of it.Putin’s Number One Gunman in Ukraine Warns Him of Possible Defeat
July 25, 2014
Historical Examples of grad
We got a West Point grad who wasn't much better, but he was big on discipline.The Biography of a Rabbit
The grad had the look of a chap who knew football, knew what he wanted and was bound to have it.The Crimson Sweater
Ralph Henry Barbour
Man muss in der Welt grad wie ne H—— leben und nimmer zuviel an die Zukunft denken.Tour in England, Ireland, and France, in the years 1826, 1827, 1828 and 1829.
I am grad at halt to hear of Ppt's good health: pray let her finish it by drinking waters.The Journal to Stella
Bel-grad, Petro-grad; the word "grad" means "city" in both languages.The World War and What was Behind It
Louis P. Benezet
- informal a graduate
- maths gradient
- education graduate(d)
abbreviation of graduate (n.), attested from 1871.
- gradatim (gradually)