“”Hong Kong people ruling Hong Kong with a high degree of autonomy“”
Graduated from Zhejiang University with a degree of bachelor of Science in Chemistry in 1972
To the nth degree [power]
Possessing an academic degree or diploma.
One who has received an academic degree or diploma.
No, I wasn′t. But I was the editor of the Harvard paper. are you going to study for your master′s degree ?
Determination for hydrolysis degree of partly hydrolysis polyacrylamide
A degree conferred by universities
To a certain degree [extent]
Proceed to the degree of M.a.
Textiles--Tests for colour fastness--Instrumental assessment of the degree of staining of adjacent fabrics
For many years, during the Busy farming season this shop has persisted in sending goods to the countryside and making home delivery, thereby not only meeting the needs of people′s daily life, But also raising the degree of its fame.
The master-degree student is giving an oral defence of his thesis.
The modified petrol tank will reduce the possibility for petroleum to overflow into the exhaust pipe and electronic elements to the greatest degree . The reinforced tank body also contributed to the increasing of safety.
The standard method of identification of degreasing degree on the steel surfaces before covering organic coatings (Test paper method)
Unified management with a high degree of centralization
A high degree of organization.
determination methods of total solids,ph and viscosity and judgement of degree of precure of compounded latices
High degree of openness of economy
The conference will be in Washington; then I′ll be going to visit MIT where I got my master′s degree five years ago.
After his first degree he wishes to specialize.
The computer can predict changes with a surprising degree of accuracy.
Proceed to (the degree of)M.A
She graduated from Cambridge with a degree in law.
She hopes to get her degree next year.
She received a bachelor′s degree in arts in 1974.
The thermometer registered 80 degree this afternoon.
excavator ,multibucket (excl. machinery with a 360 degree revolving superstructure),self-propelled
Steel is tempered by heating it and cooling it suddenly and then heating it again till it has the proper degree of hardness.
Determination for average polymerization degree of polyvinyl alcohol resins
1.A legal grade of crime or offence, especially murder.
‘second- _degree_ murder’
‘criminal conduct in the first _degree_ ’
2.A position in a musical scale, counting upwards from the tonic or fundamental note.
‘the lowered third _degree_ of the scale’
‘I achieved this not by starting the inverted form on the subdominant _degree_ , but by modifying its tail at measure 47.’
3.A rank in an order of freemasonry.
‘The Masonic medal shown in Plate XIII is what is known in the order as a Mark medal for a Freemason with _degrees_ of the Mark Lodge and Royal Arch Masonry.’
‘There are 33 _degrees_ of initiation in freemasonry, the 33rd _degree_ being the highest.’
4.A step in direct genealogical descent.
‘second- _degree_ relatives’
‘Blood relationship in the direct line (i.e., between father and daughter, grandfather and granddaughter, etc.) invalidates marriage regardless of the _degree_ of relationship.’
5.A thing placed like a step in a series; a tier or row.
6.A unit in any of various scales of temperature, intensity, or hardness.
‘water boils at 100 _degrees_ Celsius’
‘You may have heard that water boils at 100 _degrees_ centigrade.’
7.A unit of measurement of angles, one ninetieth of a right angle or the angle subtended by one three-hundred-and-sixtieth of the circumference of a circle.
‘set at an angle of 45 _degrees_ ’
‘The sky was a very pale blue colour, with one sun a few _degrees_ off of the direct center.’
8.An academic rank conferred by a college or university after examination or after completion of a course, or conferred as an honour on a distinguished person.
‘a _degree_ in zoology’
‘Last month, the board approved new undergraduate _degree_ programs in social work and marine science.’
9.Any of the three steps on the scale of comparison of gradable adjectives and adverbs, namely positive, comparative, and superlative.
‘Here the superlative _degree_ makes sense because we are comparing this year’s crop to the crops from all earlier years’
‘The comparative and superlative _degrees_ in adjectives are shown in two ways.’
10.Each of a set of grades (usually three) used to classify burns according to their severity.
11.Social or official rank.
‘persons of unequal _degree_ ’
‘People who confirm certain _degree_ of public status often do public talk.’
12.The amount, level, or extent to which something happens or is present.
‘a _degree_ of caution is probably wise’
‘a question of _degree_ ’
13.The class into which an equation falls according to the highest power of unknowns or variables present.
‘an equation of the second _degree_ ’
‘The first person to claim that equations of _degree_ 5 could not be solved algebraically was Ruffini.’
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