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graduate in College topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgraduategrad‧u‧ate1 /ˈɡrædʒuət/ ●●● S2 W2 noun [countable]  1 SECsomeone who has completed a university degree, especially a first degreeundergraduate a Harvard graduategraduate of a graduate of Edinburgh University university graduates a history graduategraduate in He’s a graduate in philosophy.2 American EnglishSES someone who has completed a course at a college, school etc a high-school graduate
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graduatePatrick Wallace, an accountancy graduate from Dungannon, and Marcus Campbell both booked their debuts on snooker's most famous stage.At one point, he hired a young college graduate to help.Many former students including the Department's first graduate, Mr Eric Jones, enjoyed an afternoon of reminiscences and renewed friendships.The one that bears a picture of an honorary graduate.We are currently seeking a recent graduate to join our software team, located on the University of Warwick Science Park.a high school graduateHe received his degree at eighteen, the youngest graduate in Thiel history.high-school graduateIt was one thing to kiss a girl like Sonya, but Edusha was an intelligent young woman, a high-school graduate.A recent high-school graduate sat at the reception desk.