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NGSL Rank: 1556
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  • a particular level of rank, quality, proficiency, or value.
    E.g. sea salt is usually available in coarse or fine grades
  • a mark indicating the quality of a student's work.
    E.g. I got good grades last semester
  • a gradient or slope.
    E.g. just over the crest of a long seven per cent grade
  • a variety of cattle produced by crossing with a superior breed.
    E.g. grade stock
  • arrange in or allocate to grades; classify or sort.
    E.g. the timber is graded according to its thickness
  • give a mark to (a student or a piece of work).
  • pass gradually from one level, especially a shade of colour, into another.
    E.g. the sky graded from blue at the top of the shot to white on the horizon
  • reduce (a road) to an easy gradient.
  • cross (livestock) with a superior breed.

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