degree

dɪˈɡri

Перевод:

Noun: степень градус уровень ступень

Фразы:

first-degree / second-degree / third-degree burn - ожог первой, второй, третьей степени

degree of completeness - степень полноты

degree of complexity - степень сложности

in some degree - в некоторой степени

in a varying degree - в той или иной степени

in (an) equal degree - в одинаковой степени

to some / a certain degree - до известной степени, отчасти

to a lesser degree - в меньшей степени

to achieve a high degree of proficiency - достичь высокого уровня профессионализма

first class degree - диплом с отличием

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Примеры:

The degree of risk is minimal. - Степень риска минимальна.

There are 360 degrees in a circle. - В окружности — триста шестьдесят градусов.

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. - Предварительно разогрейте духовку до четыреста двадцати пяти градусов.

It is all a matter of degree. - Это всё — вопрос относительный.

Smith got a degree but was not classed. - Смит получил диплом, но без отличия.

He obtained a degree, but was not classed. - Он получил диплом, но без отличия.

The ski slope offers a high degree of challenge. - Покорение этой горнолыжной трассы — задача в высшей степени нелёгкая.

Applicants must have a degree in Engineering. - Кандидаты должны иметь высшее инженерное образование.

Her primary goal is to get a college degree. - Её основная цель — получить высшее образование.

It was boring to the nth degree. - Скучно было до невозможности.

He wants to read for a law degree. - Он хочет выучиться на юриста.

The university bestowed on her an honorary degree. - Университет присвоил ей почётную степень.

There are 360 degrees in a circle. - В окружности — триста шестьдесят градусов.

She graduated with a degree in history. - Она получила диплом историка.

We're all willing to support him to some degree. - Мы все готовы в какой-то степени его поддержать.

She was kind to an uncommon degree. - Она была необычайно добра.

She got her degree in public health. - Она получила диплом в области общественного здравоохранения.

These trees will thrive, to a greater or lesser degree, in a number of climates. - Эти деревья будут более или менее успешно произрастать в нескольких климатических зонах.

She saw a college degree as her path to success. - Она рассматривала получение диплома как путь к успеху.

He has come down from Oxford with a history degree. - Он только что окончил Оксфорд с дипломом историка.

The game was played in spite of the 40-degree temperature. - Матч состоялся, несмотря на сорокаградусную температуру.

Students earn the degree after a two-year course of study. - Студенты получают диплом после двухгодичного курса обучения.

My parents never thought me capable of doing a degree. - Мои родители никогда не думали, что я способна получить учёную степень.

Charges like these may seem to deserve some degree of credit. - Может показаться, что подобные обвинения заслуживают известного доверия.

He was awarded an honorary degree. - Он был удостоен почётного диплома.

She got a degree in graphic design. - Она получила образование по специальности "графический дизайн".

He chose to pursue a college degree. - Он решил продолжить высшее образование.

The function is homogeneous of degree n. - Это однородная функция n-й степени.

She is the holder of an honorary degree. - Она является обладателем почётного диплома.

Her degree is in philosophy and religion. - Она дипломированный специалист в области философии и религии.

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Связанные термины:

arts degree: a degree in an arts subject

degree day: a day on which university degrees are conferred

degree mill: an academic institution with low standards that awards many degrees

pass degree: an ordinary degree without honours

degree course: an education course that awards degrees to those who complete it successfully

first degree: People who have gained a higher qualification after completing a basic university degree such as a BA or a BSc refer to that basic degree as their first degree .

higher degree: a degree taken after your first undergraduate degree

honors degree: a degree at honours level

second-degree: In the United States, second-degree is used to describe crimes that are considered to be less serious than first-degree crimes.

third degree: Third-degree burns are very severe, destroying tissue under the skin.

a degree of: If something has a degree of a particular quality, it has a small but significant amount of that quality.

advanced degree: an academic degree conferred for completion of requirements beyond the undergraduate college level, as M.S. or Ph .D.

college degree: A degree at a university or college is a course of study that you take there, or the qualification that you get when you have passed the course.

degree ceremony: a ceremony at which university degrees are awarded

doctor's degree: the highest academic degree in any field of knowledge

external degree: a degree gained by a student who studies extramurally

general degree: a degree awarded at some universities, studied at a lower academic standard than an honours degree

honorary degree: A degree at a university or college is a course of study that you take there, or the qualification that you get when you have passed the course.

honours degree: a degree at honours level

master's degree: A master's degree is a university degree such as an MA or an MSc which is of a higher level than a first degree and usually takes one or two years to complete.

ordinary degree: a university degree without honours

to a degree: somewhat ; rather

associate degree: An associate degree is a college degree that is awarded to a student who has completed a two-year course of study.

bachelor's degree: A bachelor's degree is a first degree awarded by universities .

foundation degree: A degree at a university or college is a course of study that you take there, or the qualification that you get when you have passed the course.

university degree: an award conferred by a college or university signifying that the recipient has satisfactorily completed a course of study

degree of freedom: one of the minimum number of parameters necessary to describe a state or property of a system

first-degree burn: to undergo or cause to undergo combustion

postgraduate degree: A degree at a university or college is a course of study that you take there, or the qualification that you get when you have passed the course.

second-degree burn: to undergo or cause to undergo combustion

third-degree burn: to undergo or cause to undergo combustion

unclassified degree: a degree that has not been given a grade because it is of a low standard

undergraduate degree: A degree at a university or college is a course of study that you take there, or the qualification that you get when you have passed the course.

degree of difficulty: a rating which reflects the difficulty of the manoeuvre or action an athlete is attempting to perform in sports such as gymnastics and diving, and which is factored into the final score

first degree murder: the most serious category of murder

to a lesser degree: You use degree to indicate the extent to which something happens or is the case, or the amount which something is felt .

to the nth degree: If something is done to the nth degree, it is done to an extreme degree.

Bachelor of Arts degree: a degree conferred on a person who has successfully completed his or her undergraduate studies, usually in a branch of the liberal arts or humanities

Bachelor of Science degree: a degree conferred on a person who has successfully completed his or her undergraduate studies in a branch of the sciences

first-class honours degree: an honours degree of the highest class

give someone the third degree: to ask someone a lot of questions in an aggressive way in order to find out information

second-class honours degree: an honours degree of the second class, usually further divided into an upper and lower designation

third class honours degree: coming after the second and preceding the fourth in numbering or counting order, position, time, etc; being the ordinal number of three: often written 3rd

Bachelor of Arts (or Science, etc.): a degree given by a college or university to a person who has completed a four-year course or its equivalent in the humanities or related studies (or in science, etc.)

doctorate: A doctorate is the highest degree awarded by a university.

Master of Arts (or Science, etc.): a degree given by a college or university to a person who has completed a prescribed course of graduate study in the humanities or related studies (or in science, etc.): it ranks above the degree of Bachelor and below that of Doctor

to some/a certain degree (etc): You use expressions such as to some degree, to a large degree, or to a certain degree in order to indicate that something is partly true, but not entirely true.

to what/that degree/the degree that(etc): You use expressions such as to what degree and to the degree that when you are discussing how true a statement is, or in what ways it is true.

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Однокоренные слова:

degression - спад, уменьшение, нисхождение, снижение налогов
degreed - дипломированный
degreeless - без степени, не имеющий звания

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