Synonyms of 'graduate'
to receive a degree or diplomaShe graduated in English and Drama from Manchester University.
to change by degreesFrom commercials she quickly graduated to television shows.
to mark (a measuring flask or instrument) with units of measurementThe dial is graduated from 1 to 10.
proposals to introduce an income tax which is graduated
Rocks can be classified according to their mode of origin.
Universities were ranked according to marks scored in seven areas.
The college does not grade the children's work.
The fact sheets are grouped into seven sections.
Entries in the book are ordered alphabetically.
He sorted the materials into their folders.
The pots are all ranged in neat rows.
He started to arrange the books in piles.
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in the sense of advance
to make progressRebel forces are advancing on the capital.
in the sense of arrange
to put into a proper or systematic orderHe started to arrange the books in piles.
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