Portuguese translation of 'graduate'
graduate[noun ˈɡrædjuɪt, intransitive verb ˈɡrædjueɪt]
1. graduado, licenciado
2. (US) diplomado do colégio
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Even graduates often have to start at the bottom.The Sun (2012)
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British English: graduate /ˈɡrædjʊɪt/ NOUN
A graduate is a student who has completed a course at a college or university.
His parents are both university graduates.
- American English: graduate
- Arabic: خَرِّيج
- Brazilian Portuguese: formando
- Chinese: 毕业生
- Croatian: diplomirani student
- Czech: absolvent
- Danish: kandidat
- Dutch: afgestudeerde
- European Spanish: titulado
- Finnish: tutkinnon suorittanut
- French: diplômé
- German: Hochschulabsolvent
- Greek: πτυχιούχος
- Italian: laureato
- Japanese: 大学の卒業生
- Korean: 대학 졸업생
- Norwegian: akademiker
- Polish: absolwent
- European Portuguese: licenciado
- Romanian: absolvent
- Russian: выпускник
- Spanish: titulado
- Swedish: akademiker
- Thai: ผู้จบปริญญา
- Turkish: üniversite mezunu
- Ukrainian: випускник
- Vietnamese: sinh viên đã tốt nghiệp
British English: graduate VERB
When a student graduates, they successfully complete their studies and leave their school or university.
When the boys graduated, she moved to a small, rural town.
Translation of graduate from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary