graduated definition

  • verb:
    • Easy past tight and past participle of graduate.
  • adjective:
    • In tips.
    • Having a university degree; having finished education.
    • Marked with graduations.
    • organized by level, degree, level.
    • Increasing in price utilizing the taxable base.
    • Of a tail, having successively longer feathers to the center.
    • Marked with, or divided in to, degrees; divided in to grades.
    • Tapered; -- stated of a bird's tail as soon as the outer feathers tend to be shortest, while the other people successively longer.
    • Having noticeable scars and figures at vertical intervals, allowing someone to approximate the quantitity of material included; -- of vessels, mostly those found in laboratories for containing fluids. See graduated cylinder, etc., below.
    • marked with or divided into degrees
    • taking place by degrees
  • others:
    • Specifically, in ornithology, obtaining the end reasonably pointed, the tail-feathers frequently lowering long from the center pair outward.

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