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degree in English:

1. degree degree


It's 5 degrees.
They have a degree of concern about their son's safety in the city.
For the crime of first degree murder, this court hereby sentences you to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
If this proposal is put into practice, the business world will be affected to a significant degree.
The suspect was given the third degree until he confessed his crime.
A base service performed for a person of very high degree may become a very honorific office; as for instance the office of a Maid of Honor or of a Lady in Waiting to the Queen, or the King's Master of the Horse or his Keeper of the Hounds.
I doubt if a single individual could be found from the whole of mankind free from some form of insanity. The only difference is one of degree.
Distance per degree of longitude at equator.
I feel smart today, to a degree that is in proportion to the amount of good rest I had yesterday.
In America elderly people are not given the same degree of respect they receive in many other countries.
Then Hawking wanted to finish his degree, work at Cambridge, and keep on living.
There is no piety in the world which is not the result of cultivation, and which cannot be increased by the degree of care and attention bestowed upon it.
Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit (32°F) or zero degrees Celsius (0°C).
they should either get a medical degree or another M.E.
Mr Yoshida was born in Yamagata prefecture, and graduated from Nihon University College of Art with a degree in oil painting.

English word "degree"(degree) occurs in sets:

VOCABULARY 12
Vocabulary 5

2. academic title granted by a college or university academic title granted by a college or university



English word "degree"(academic title granted by a college or university) occurs in sets:

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3. higher higher


Many women pursue higher education and careers, thus delaying marriage and childbirth.
Banks charge higher interest on loans to risky customers.
Smaller classes mean a higher standard of education, and that's what we want for our kids.
Faster, higher, stronger!
It was proven that fleas living on dogs jump higher than fleas living on cats.
The members of each stratum accept as their ideal of decency the scheme of life in vogue in the next higher stratum, and bend their energies to live up to that ideal.
No matter how low the target, always aim higher.
Even the periodical pay raise could not keep abreast of higher living costs.
The higher classes constitute the mind of the single large whole of humanity; the lower classes constitute its limbs; the former are the thinking and designing part, the latter the executive part.
Citizens of higher social status were permitted to live closer to the center.
You think someone coarser than you is "crude", and someone higher class than you to be "putting on airs".
It is a two level style round burial mound, 23m diameter (lower level), 18m (higher).

English word "degree"(higher) occurs in sets:

education (kolokacje)

4. in in


I live in Warsaw.
Half a million children still face malnutrition in Niger.
Back in high school, I got up at 6 a.m. every morning.
Poverty does more to bring out the worst in people and conceal the best than anything else in the world.
Kissing one's spouse in public is considered acceptable behavior in some countries.
In the United States, it takes a minimum of eight years of college to become a medical doctor.
Water, in its natural state, is a fluid.
An estimated 20% of the water used by homeowners in cities is used for their grass.
What you spend time doing in your childhood affects the rest of your life.
The inland taipan, a snake found in Australia, is the most venomous snake in the world.
In North America, business operates on "the customer is always right" principle.
I'm the type who gets nervous in front of people, so I'm bad at speech making.
Please make your reservation one week in advance.
If I should be suddenly spoken to in English, I might run away.
The Democrats haven't decided on their candidates yet, but in any case they're sure to lose.

5. extent extent


to what extent
Let's use our brains to the greatest extent possible and see what happens during the planning stages!
To this extent, it has the characteristics of a great complicated balance between plant life and lower forms of animal life.
Foreigners complain that it is difficult to get to know Japanese people. To some extent this may be true.
You were always a perfect 'superhuman' to an infuriating extent, and so that 'habit' was actually one of your cute, or rather charming, attributes.
The earth's ecosystem is to some extent self-correcting, so it is also possible that the effects are being masked by other changes.
Jimmy is to some extent capable of performing this operation.
To a certain extent, we are all responsible for this tragic situation.
What kind of habits can damage one's health to a large extent?
Credit is an amount or limit to the extent of which a person may receive goods or money for payment in the future.
Perception is based, to a very large extent, on conceptual models - which are always inadequate, often incomplete and sometimes profoundly wrong.
Snakes are -to a certain extent- deaf, but can still hear very low sounds and are very sensitive to smells.
I don't know Spanish, but with the help of a Spanish-German dictionary, I nevertheless understood your letter to some extent.
He has come to look like a sly-as-a-fox Premier who uses his position's powers to the fullest extent, to his own advantage.

6. an academic title given by a college or uni to a student who has completed a course of study



English word "degree"(an academic title given by a college or uni to a student who has completed a course of study) occurs in sets:

what price a degree