grade

ɡreɪd

Перевод:

Noun: степень класс сорт качество
Verb: сортировать нивелировать классифицировать улучшать породу скрещиванием

Фразы:

to comb grade - преодолевать уклон

crossing at grade - пересечение в одном уровне

high grade - высший класс, сорт

medium grade - среднее качество

prime grade / grade A - высшее качество

grade B flour - мука второго сорта

to get / receive a grade - получать оценку

slight grade - небольшой наклон

steep grade - крутой склон, крутой подъём

to grade to size - сортировать по крупности

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Примеры:

My brother is in sixth grade. - Мой брат в шестом классе.

The best grades of tea are expensive. - Лучшие сорта чая стоят дорого.

He got a grade A in maths. - Он получил А /высший балл/ по математике.

He had to repeat third grade. - Ему пришлось остаться в третьем классе на второй год.

John is in the seventh grade. - Джон в седьмом классе.

Our grade has recess at 10:30. - У нашего класса перемена в 10:30.

The nice eye can distinguish grade and grade. - Внимательный взгляд может уловить тончайшие оттенки.

We started physics in 10th grade. - Мы начали изучать физику в десятом классе.

The road had a steep grade. - У дороги был крутой уклон.

She may not make the grade. - Она может не пройти отбор. / Может быть, у неё не получится.

He despises Mo, and grades me with her. - Он презирает Мо, и меня считает не достойнее её.

Her grades are up this semester. - В этом семестре её оценки улучшились.

to the eighth grade but not beyond - до восьмого класса, но не далее

How would you grade your meal on a scale from one to five? - Как бы вы оценили еду по шкале от одного до пяти?

Tim worked hard and got good grades. - Тим хорошо потрудился и получил хорошие оценки.

The sixth grade classroom was a zoo after recess. - После перемены кабинет шестого класса напоминал зоопарк.

Children will learn to multiply in the second grade. - Дети научатся умножать во втором классе.

Many consumers do not properly understand the grade levels. - Многие потребители плохо разбираются в уровнях качества товара.

At first it is necessary to determine the grade of the disease. - Сначала необходимо определить стадию болезни.

Ted is grading papers in his office. - Тед сортирует документы у себя в кабинете.

Pencils are graded according to softness. - Карандаши классифицируются по степени мягкости.

The job was upgraded to the grade that has min salary 40,000 and max salary 60,000. - Работа была переведена в более высокий разряд, для которого минимальная заработная плата составляет сорок тысяч, а максимальная — шестьдесят тысяч.

Grade A eggs must be of uniform size. - Яйца класса А должны быть одинакового размера.

Students will be graded on their reading ability. - Учащиеся будут оцениваться по своей способности к чтению.

I know it's counterintuitive, but the highest grade in this system is D and the lowest is A. - Я знаю, это нелогично, но самая высокая отметка по этой системе — D, а худшая — А.

a grade of 90 percent or better - оценка в девяносто процентов баллов или больше

The eggs are graded according to size. - Яйца сортируются в зависимости от их размера.

The base of the tower was below grade. - Основание башни было ниже поверхности земли.

For her, such a low grade on an exam was an aberration. - Для неё такая низкая оценка на экзамене была отклонением от нормы.

A 'B' grade doesn't suffice to get me into medical school. - Оценки "B" недостаточно, чтобы я поступил в медицинский колледж.

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Связанные термины:

B-grade: A B-grade person or thing is one that you consider to be inferior or of poor quality.

H grade: education, Scottish → another name for Higher GradeSee also higher

O grade: the basic level of the Scottish Certificate of Education, now replaced by Standard Grade

at grade: on the same level

low-grade: inferior

pay grade: the position at which an employee stands on a scale of remunerations

top grade: Your grade in an examination or piece of written work is the mark you get, usually in the form of a letter or number, that indicates your level of achievement .

bubs grade: a baby

entry grade: Your grade in an examination or piece of written work is the mark you get, usually in the form of a letter or number, that indicates your level of achievement .

exam grade: Your grade in an examination or piece of written work is the mark you get, usually in the form of a letter or number, that indicates your level of achievement .

fifth grade: the fifth year of school, when children are ten or eleven years old

first grade: the first school year after kindergarten when children are six or seven years old

grade book: a book in which a student's grades are recorded

grade point: a mark of a student's academic achievement which is the average of all the grades that they have been awarded during the course of their studies

grade sheet: a piece of paper on which a student's grades are recorded

high-grade: of a higher than average standard or quality

ninth grade: the ninth year of school, usually the first year of high school

sixth grade: (in the US) the sixth school year after kindergarten, usually containing pupils around 11 or 12 years old

tenth grade: (in the US) the tenth year of school, when students are 15 or 16 years old

third grade: (in the US) the third year of school, when children are eight or nine years old

eighth grade: the eighth year of school, when students are 12 to 14 years old

fourth grade: the fourth year of school, when children are nine or ten years old

grade cricket: competitive cricket, in which cricket club teams are arranged in grades

grade school: In the United States, a grade school is the same as anelementary school .

Higher Grade: the advanced level of the Scottish Certificate of Education

reserve-grade: denoting a sporting team of the second rank in a club

second grade: (in the US) the second year of school, when children are seven or eight years old

seventh grade: (in the US) the seventh year of school, when students are 11 to 13 years old

twelfth grade: (in the US) the final year of secondary school after which students usually graduate at age 17 or 18

weapons-grade: Weapons-grade substances such as uranium or plutonium are of a quality which makes them suitable for use in the manufacture of nuclear weapons.

eleventh grade: the eleventh year of school, when students are 16 or 17 years old

grade crossing: A grade crossing is a place where a railway track crosses a road at the same level .

grade inflation: an apparently continual increase in numbers of students attaining high examination grades, or the practice of awarding grades in this way

Ordinary grade: the basic level of the Scottish Certificate of Education, now replaced by Standard Grade

Standard Grade: (formerly, in Scotland) a type of examination designed to test skills and the application of knowledge, replaced O grade

conservation grade: relating to food produced using traditional methods where possible, and following strict specifications regarding animal feeds and welfare, the use of chemical fertilizers, wildlife conservation, and land management

grade separation: a point at which a railway and a road cross at different levels, one of them through an underpass or overpass

investment grade: The grade of a product is its quality, especially when this has been officially judged .

make the grade: If someone makes the grade, they succeed, especially by reaching a particular standard.

high-grade mineral: a mineral fulfilling certain conditions as regards purity or other physical properties

grade point average: a mark of a student's academic achievement which is the average of all the grades that they have been awarded during the course of their studies

grade school teacher: a teacher in a grade school

middle-grade manager: a level of management in an organization or business consisting of executives or senior supervisory staff in charge of the detailed running of an organization or business and reporting to top management

lieutenant junior grade: an officer ranking above an ensign and below a lieutenant

GPA: grade point average

elementary school: An elementary school is a school where children are taught for the first six or sometimes eight years of their education.

level crossing: A level crossing is a place where a railway line crosses a road.

railway crossing: a point at which a railway and a road cross, esp one with barriers that close the road when a train is scheduled to pass

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Однокоренные слова:

grade down - деградировать в результате скрещивания, уклон
grade up - улучшать в результате скрещивания, подъем

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