In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(obtener un título universitario)to graduateme diplomé el año pasado — I got my degree / graduated last year
- diplomarse de/en algo — to graduate as/in sth
- me diplomé de arquitecto / en arquitectura — I graduated as an architect / in architecture
- se diplomó de médico/de abogado — he qualified as a doctor/as a lawyer
2(obtener otro título)to obtain a diplomato obtain a certificateacaba de diplomarse en fotografía — she's just obtained a diploma in photography
- se diplomó de traductor — he qualified as a translator
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