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VERB 将…分等级 If something is graded, its quality is judged, and it is often given a number or a name that indicates how good or bad it is.
Dust masks are graded according to the protection they offer...
South Point College does not grade the students' work.
N-COUNT （尤指正式评定的）等级，品级 The grade of a product is its quality, especially when this has been officially judged.
...a grade II listed building.
N-COUNT （用数字或字母表示的）成绩，评分 Your grade in an examination or piece of written work is the mark you get, usually in the form of a letter or number, that indicates your level of achievement.
What grade are you hoping to get?...
There was a lot of pressure on you to obtain good grades.
N-COUNT （职位的）级别，等级 Your grade in a company or organization is your level of importance or your rank.
Staff turnover is particularly high among junior grades.
N-COUNT （美国学校中的）年级 In the United States, a grade is a group of classes in which all the children are of a similar age. When you are six years old you go into the first grade and you leave school after the twelfth grade.
Mr White teaches first grade in south Georgia.
N-COUNT 斜坡 A grade is a slope.
She drove up a steep grade and then began the long descent into the desert.
N-COUNT 军衔 Someone's grade is their military rank.
I was a naval officer, lieutenant junior grade.
PHRASE 成功；达到理想标准 If someone makes the grade, they succeed, especially by reaching a particular standard.
She had a strong desire to be a dancer but failed to make the grade.