graduand
noun Etymology: Medieval Latin graduandus, gerundive of graduare Date: 1882 British one about to graduate ; a candidate for a degree

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  • graduand — 1882, from M.L. graduandus, gerundive of graduari (see GRADUATE (Cf. graduate)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • graduand — noun /ɡɹædjuːˈænd/ A university student who has completed the requirements for, but has not yet been awarded, a particular degree. In order to add jollity to the proceedings, said the dean, each graduand would find beneath his seat a little tub… …   Wiktionary

  • Graduand — …   Wikipedia

  • graduand — /graj ooh and /, n. Brit. a student who is about to graduate or receive a degree. [1880 85; < ML graduandus, ger. of graduare to GRADUATE] * * * …   Universalium

  • graduand — gra|du|and Mot Agut Nom masculí …   Diccionari Català-Català

  • graduand — n. one who has completed a course of study and is about to receive a degree or diploma (i.e. at a university or college) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • graduand — [ gradʒʊand, dj , ənd] noun Brit. a person who is about to receive an academic degree. Origin C19: from med. L. graduandus, gerundive of graduare (see graduate) …   English new terms dictionary

  • graduand — grad·u·and …   English syllables

  • graduand — /ˈgrædʒuænd/ (say grajoohand) noun someone who has qualified for a degree, but has not yet had it conferred. {Medieval Latin graduandus, gerundive of graduāre; see graduate} …   Australian English dictionary

  • graduand — n. Brit. a person about to receive an academic degree. Etymology: med.L graduandus gerundive of graduare GRADUATE …   Useful english dictionary

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