Translation of cum laude in Spanish:

cum laude

cum laude, adv.

Pronunciation: /kʊm ˈlaʊdeɪ//kʌm ˈlɔːdi//kʊm ˈlɔdi/

adverb

US

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    cum laude
    • She received a bachelor of arts degree, cum laude, from Baylor University, and graduated in the top of her class from Baylor Law School in 1977, receiving a juris doctor, cum laude.
    • Degree candidates graduating cum laude wear a crimson satin hood with their cap and gown during the commencement ceremony.
    • No more than five percent of the class may be summa cum laude, and about ten percent of the class are in each of the other two categories; however, that distribution may vary.
    • NOTE: only graduates of Commonwealth College are eligible for the awards of Commonwealth College Scholar and magna cum laude or summa cum laude.