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graduated

 [graj´u-āt″ed]
marked by a succession of lines, steps, or degrees.

grad·u·at·ed

(grad'yū-āt'ed),
1. Marked with a scale to allow measurement.
2. Segmented or otherwise marked off in levels, grades, or successive steps.

graduated

/grad·u·at·ed/ (graj´oo-āt″id) marked by a succession of lines, steps, or degrees.

grad·u·at·ed

(graj'ū-āt'ĕd)
1. Marked by lines or in other ways to denote capacity, degrees, percentages, or other discrete measurements.
2. Divided or arranged in levels, grades, or successive steps.

graduated

marked by a succession of lines, steps or degrees.
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A total of 125 students from five high schools graduated.
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