cum laude
adverb or adjective Etymology: New Latin, with praise Date: 1893 with distinction <
graduated cum laude
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compare magna cum laude, summa cum laude

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  • cum laude — cum lau|de mit Auszeichnung (bei akadem. Prüfungen) ● ein Examen cum laude bestehen [lat., „mit Lob“] * * * cum lau|de [lat. = mit Lob]: gut (drittbestes Prädikat bei der Doktorprüfung). * * * cụm laude   [lateinisch »mit Lob«], gut; drittbeste… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Cum laude — ( con alabanzas, laureado ) es una frase latina usada para indicar el nivel de desempeño con el que se ha obtenido un grado académico universitario máximo, usualmente el doctorado. En algunos países se establecen tres grados de desempeño: cum… …   Wikipedia Español

  • cum laude — cum lau|de [kum ˈlaudeı, kʌm ˈlo:di US kum ˈlaudi] adv AmE [Date: 1800 1900; : Latin; Origin: with praise ] with honours if you ↑graduate cum laude, you finish a university degree and are given official praise for special achievement →↑magna cum… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cum laude — cum lau|de [ ,kʌm laudə, ,kʌm laudi ] adverb a student who receives a degree cum laude from a U.S. college or university has achieved the third highest level of honors. The second highest is called magna cum laude and the highest is summa cum… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Cum Laude! — Studio album by The Velvet Teen Released July 25, 2006 …   Wikipedia

  • cum laude — [koom lou′dā, lou′de, lou′də, lou′dē] [L] with praise: a phrase signifying above average academic standing at the time of graduation from a college or university: the lowest of three categories: see also MAGNA CUM LAUDE, SUMMA CUM LAUDE …   English World dictionary

  • cum laude — cum lau•de [[t]kʊm ˈlaʊ deɪ, də, di; kʌm ˈlɔ di[/t]] adv. edu with honor: used in diplomas to grant the lowest of three special honors for grades above the average Compare magna cum laude,summa cum laude • Etymology: 1890–95, amer.; < L: with… …   From formal English to slang

  • cum laude — 1872, originally at Harvard, from Medieval Latin, lit. with praise, from L. cum with + laude, ablative of laus (gen. laudis) praise (see LAUD (Cf. laud)). Probably from earlier use (in Latin) at Heidelberg and other German universities …   Etymology dictionary

  • cum laude — (Loc. lat.); literalmente, con alabanza ). loc. adj. Se dice de la calificación máxima de ciertas notas. Sobresaliente cum laude …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • cum laude — (izg. kȕm lȁude) DEFINICIJA ocjena koja se dodjeljuje kandidatu za dobar uspjeh, ocjena s pohvalom …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Cum laude — (lat.), mit Lob …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

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