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grad

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: College
gradgrad /ɡræd/ noun [countable]  American English informalSEC a graduate
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gradFemale college grads today make more than twice as much as high school graduates.More often than not, college grads tend to outgrow their stay-at-home counterparts.Boone -- like Ted Williams, a Hoover High grad -- is less likely to make such a mistake, however.Post grad degrees and firsts seemed the order of the day.He has thrived professionally and persuaded a Princeton grad to marry him.Except on Wall Street, the Board of Trade, some of them are just high school grads, too.Computer science grads are the hottest tickets this year.Also starring are Sarah Knowlton as Hal, a Yale grad suffering the indignities of life as a secretary.
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