a person who has completed a university degree course
a person who has completed a course at a college, school
obtain a degree, especially a first degree, at a university
(cause to) complete an educational course
divide into levels or grades
"She graduated in 1990"
"This school graduates 2,000 students each year"
"calibrate an instrument"
"graduate a cylinder"
She was no recent learner, no stumbling graduate from beginners' bars, but someone to whom movement on skates was inborn.
出自： P. Norman
Our daughter-in-law was being graduated with honors from Bryn Mawr College.
出自： D. Acheson
他毕业于台北大学。 be graduated from sth
He was graduated from a normal college.
他是一个师范学院的毕业生。 graduate from\u002e\u002e\u002eto\u002e\u002e\u002e
Our son has just graduated from a tricycle to a proper bicycle.