Translation of degree in Spanish:


grado, n.

Pronunciation: /dəˈɡri//dɪˈɡriː/


  • 1

    (level, amount)
    grado masculine
    nivel masculine
    it's a matter / question of degree depende de hasta qué punto
    • our students are motivated in / to varying degrees nuestros alumnos tienen distintos grados / niveles de motivación
    • a degree of realism cierto grado de realismo
    • there's a degree of truth in what she says hay cierta verdad en lo que dice
    • to a certain / limited degree (to some extent) hasta cierto punto
    • to a high degree en alto grado
    • to the highest degree (extremely) en grado sumo
    • to such a degree that … en / a tal grado que …
    • he's not in the slightest / least degree mean no es tacaño en absoluto
    • in no small degree en gran medida
    • to a degree (to some extent) hasta cierto punto
    • The truth is that, despite a considerable degree of open debate, critics of the regime face severe repression.
    • Now had they made that statement, I would have credited them with some degree of intelligence.
    • The natural world, despite disruptions, displays a striking degree of order and regularity.
    • Instead it demands a considerable degree of autonomy and nurtures individualism.
    • Although there are no castes, there is a relatively high degree of social inequality.
    • The goal of this kind of programme is for students to achieve some degree of proficiency in the language.
    • I say that because to an extent, a degree of that happened on the race agenda.
    • To what degree do you think that's going to change the social make-up of the people who live right by the coast?
    • More alarmingly, the degree and extent of the complicity involved is shredding the credibility of the Hierarchy.
    • In the past, and to a large degree in the present as well, many people studied English with people who couldn't speak it.
    • We have various levels of alert and degrees of readiness.
    • The matters to which you refer certainly give that direct evidence a degree of credibility.
    • The art that the three emperors used to assert their power was based on an outstanding degree of craftsmanship directed to the service of the state.
    • To my mind, what's really in doubt is the degree or amount of relevance of the text in question.
    • Other media can provide immediacy, and to varying degrees, some level of interactivity.
    • In varying degrees, they are present in this book.
    • Businesses can't function without some degree of social responsibility.
    • Nevertheless, there seems to be a considerable degree of uncertainty in the present legal proceedings.
    • But the potential investigators have been, to a considerable degree, otherwise occupied.
    • The molecules in each state have a different degree of order or randomness about them.
    • This is the proportion by which the rate of a chemical reaction is raised by an increase in temperature of 10 degrees on the Celsius scale.
    • The sky was a very pale blue colour, with one sun a few degrees off of the direct center.
    • Most incandescent lamps operate with a color temperature of approximately 2900 degrees Kelvin.
    • They were also careful not to breathe from the regulators in the air, passing freezing condensate from their mouths into second stages that were several degrees below zero.
    • At constant depth, the temperature dropped almost twenty degrees.
    • Try an oven temperature around 175 degrees Celsius.
    • Powered by a mighty nuclear fusion reactor with a core temperature of 100 million degrees that explosively vaporises the chilled liquid hydrogen propellant
    • A camera cannot capture a 360 degree panorama or the emotion you feel from direct experience.
    • The degree of the final equation resulting from any number of complete equations in the same number of unknowns, is equal to the product of the degrees of the equations.
    • The needle should enter the skin at 30 degrees and be directed parallel to the groove.
    • The new pier will extend 30 metres at an angle of 30 degrees to the existing pier and will provide much needed facilities for the fishing, island and tourist crafts.
    • Be sure your cuts are at an angle of exactly 45 degrees.
    • In 1593 Roomen had proposed a problem which involved solving an equation of degree 45.
    • In particular he worked on Galois theory, ideals and equations of the fifth degree.
    • Those men also divided the complete circle into 360 degrees by taking the angle of the triangle as their fundamental unit and dividing this into 60 sub-units.
    • The direction of landing is what is critical here as landing a perfect trick requires the player to land at a perfect 180 degrees to their angle of takeoff.
    • When one band finished, the stage turned 180 degrees and the other band began shortly after.
    • The computer showed my ball speed was 150 miles per hour, my launch angle 14 degrees and my spin rate 4,400 revolutions per minute.
    • The algebraic solution of general equations of degree greater than four is always impossible.
    • Open at an angle of forty-five degrees twisting the bottle, slowly letting the pressure build, while holding the cork.
    • The parasite typically needs an ambient temperature of 20 degrees Celsius and an altitude of less than 2,000 metres to survive.
    • The curve value is the number of degrees formed by the angle of intersection of these perpendiculars.
    • The first person to claim that equations of degree 5 could not be solved algebraically was Ruffini.
    • When researchers bumped up temperatures in a simulated office from 68 to 77 degrees, keyboard errors fell by over 40 percent.
    • I'm working on memorizing the sines, cosines, and tangents of degrees of a circle in terms of pi.
    • You must state the angle (in radians or in degrees, your choice) and the reasoning behind your answer.
    • If you have a meat thermometer, check that the internal temperature reaches 72 degrees Celsius.
    • If they stop moving altogether, the temperature drops to Absolute Zero which is - 273 degrees Centigrade.
    • December through to February are some of the best months to visit this tropical country, and the average temperature is 31 degrees centigrade.
    • Not being a whiz at geometry, I stared at the pattern for quite a while trying to figure out the formula for measuring the degrees of the angles.
    • Australian laws state all cheese has to be made of pasteurised milk where the milk is heated to around 70 degrees in order to kill bacteria.
    • Even-spray nozzles are available with 80 degrees or 95 degrees spray angles.
    • The alloys used in medical imaging superconduct only at supercold temperatures, about 450 degrees below zero Fahrenheit.
    • Three hollow rays diverge at angles of 120 degrees from the central part.
    • It was at altitude and was heading east at about 080 degrees and at an elevation angle of around 40 degrees.
    • A launch angle of about 12 degrees and a spin rate of 2,000 revolutions per minute is ideal for an above-average swing speed.
    • The memory signal could not be detected at temperatures above 75 degrees Celsius, where the charges within the domains behave differently.
    • The workers were forced to manufacture radiator parts in temperatures over 40 degrees Celsius for between 12 to 20 hours a day.
    • You may have heard that water boils at 100 degrees centigrade.
    • After having cooled off for many billions of years, the temperature of this radiation is just a few degrees above absolute zero.
    • In Thailand I was hit by waves of heat of more than 30 degrees centigrade immediately after stepping off the plane after a four-hour journey.
    • However, we borrow the basic measurement scale from physics and we measure the photographic colour temperature in degrees Kelvin.
    • We turned 90 degrees for our descent, planning to head for the mainland between airways.
    • I started to get the chills on the descent despite the 95 degree heat.
    • One antenna was rotated by 90 degrees in successive steps while data were recorded at each position.
    • Bent over their computers, thirty savants were absorbed in equations of the ninety-fifth degree.
    • He later earned his master's and doctorate degrees from Harvard University.
    • A basic graduate degree, excellent communication skills, good grasp of English and a pleasant voice are all you need.
    • It was while doing his social development studies degree that he got into acting.
    • In the city, she quickly latched onto the more practical applications with an art therapy qualification, leading into a social work degree.
    • Over a third of graduates are in jobs that do not require degree qualifications.
    • Most other master's degree programs also require additional education before accepting applied degree holders.
    • He took on a dozen jobs in the 1930s, finally taking a Bachelor of Commerce degree by correspondence and qualifying as a chartered accountant.
    • And if so, is a history or engineering degree a suitable qualification?
    • He got his first job on a film set while still studying for a social sciences degree at Glasgow University.
    • Tolstoy left the university in his third year, before ever getting his official degree.
    • I start my Master's degree officially tomorrow, though classes don't start for another month or so.
    • However, this is suggestive in that it appears very few programs require writing courses be taken in order to receive the degree.
    • Yet, corporates look for more than degree certificates from the young men and women whom they interview for jobs.
    • She got a job with VSO, sending doctors and nurses all over the world and went on to do a master's degree in social policy in developing countries.
    • There are several routes a student can take in order to earn a degree in architecture.
    • In order to earn her degree she had to undertake a media project and decided to bring to life a story close to her own family.
    • She wants to see the parts of the world she has missed so far and would like to continue her studies to take a Master's degree in Social Policy and Criminology.
    • Last month, the board approved new undergraduate degree programs in social work and marine science.
    • Actually he'd just passed his finals but hadn't received his degree so couldn't officially call himself doctor yet.
    • I moved home with my parents after finishing my degree in order to work and save for graduate school.
    • People who confirm certain degree of public status often do public talk.
    • He was a lifelong member of St. Peter's Parish and a member of the Knights of Columbus as a third degree knight and fourth degree honorary knight.
    • Spanish and English courtiers were carefully intermingled in order of their degrees on the steps of the throne.
  • 2

    (in US, grade, step)
    grado masculine
    first/third degree burns (feminine plural) quemaduras de primer/tercer grado
    • (in US) first/second degree murder homicidio en primer/segundo grado
    • degree of kinship grado de parentesco
    • degree of comparison grado de comparación
    • by degrees paulatinamente
  • 3

    Mathematics Physics Geography Meteorology
    grado masculine
    it was 40 degrees in the shade hacía 40 grados a la sombra
    • 12 degrees of frost / below zero 12 grados bajo cero
    • this wine is 12 degrees proof este vino es de / tiene 12 grados
  • 4

    título masculine
    first degree licenciatura feminine
    • a master's degree una maestría / un master
    • a PhD degree un doctorado
    • an honorary degree un título honoris causa
    • he has / holds a degree in chemistry es licenciado en química
    • I'm going to take a philosophy degree voy a hacer la carrera de filosofía
    • I took my degree last year me recibí el año pasado
    • before noun degree ceremony ceremonia de licenciatura
    • degree certificate título de licenciado
    • degree course licenciatura
  • 5literary, archaic

    (in society)
    rango masculine
    condición social feminine
    of high degree de alto rango
    • of low/humble degree de baja/humilde condición