• (adj): Marked with or divided into degrees.
    Synonyms: calibrated
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on graduated:

Graduated Payments
... Graduated Payments are repayment terms involving gradual increases in the payments on a closed-end obligation ... A graduated payment loan typically involves negative amortization, and is intended for young people who currently have low income but foresee a greater future income ...
SKE48 - Members - Former Members - Team S
... July 31, 1993 in Kanagawa) Graduated on November 24, 2008 Tsukina Takai (高井 つき奈?) (July 6, 1995 in Aichi) Graduated on August ...
Louis R. Caplan - Background
... Caplan graduated from the A course at Baltimore City College High School and then attended Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts ... as a college junior to Phi Beta Kappa and graduated cum laude in 1958 ... University of Maryland College of Physicians and Surgeons and graduated in 1962 summa cum laude and was the valedictorian the class ...
SKE48 - Members - Former Members - Trainees
... Honami Inagaki (稲垣 ほなみ?) (March 25, 1989 in Aichi) Graduated on April 30, 2009 Kiharu Ozeki (尾関 きはる?) (December 24, 1994 in Aichi) Graduated on April 30, 2009 Aiko Shibaki (柴木 愛子?) (Octob ... December 2, 1995 in Aichi) Graduated on September 30, 2009 Seika Hayashi (林 星香?) (November 21, 1996 in Aichi) Graduated on September 30 ...
Sergiy Kirichenko - Education
... In 1973 Sergiy Kirichenko graduated from Kharkiv Armour Command school ... In 1983 he graduated from command faculty of Marshal of the USSR Malinovskiy’s Armour Force Academy ... In 2000 Sergiy Kirichenko graduated from the faculty of preparation of the operational-strategic level officers’ of the National Academy of Defence of Ukraine ...

More definitions of "graduated":

  • (adj): Increasing as the amount taxed increases.
    Synonyms: proportional
  • (adj): Decreasing as the amount taxed increases.

Famous quotes containing the word graduated:

    If you had made the acquiring of ignorance the study of your life, you could not have graduated with higher honor than you could to-day.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    I feel like my sixteenth birthday and the time I graduated from high school, and the first time I flew solo all wrapped up in one.
    Dalton Trumbo (1905–1976)