graded : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v assign a rank or rating to
- v level to the right gradient
- v assign a grade or rank to, according to one's evaluation
- v determine the grade of or assign a grade to
- s arranged in a sequence of grades or ranks
- A former farm is graded and put up for sale for commercial development near Bakersfield.
- In the areas that were graded highobesity, drug use and sexual behaviorit was clear that media was a contributing factor to negative outcomes in those three categories.
- Curtis told her students they would be graded on three class papers and class participation, with each counting 25% of the final grade.
- Barack Obama in New York Times
Those threats, Mr. Obama argued, could be deterred with "a series of graded options," a combination of old and new conventional weapons.
- Bobby Petrino in MSNBC
It comes down to two things: need and where we had the players graded,Petrino said. "I think it's the right pick, no question about it."
- Ken Whisenhunt in ESPN
Not knowing where things were going with Neil, we had to look at all the available options,Arizona coach Ken Whisenhunt said. "When we looked at Jay he graded out very high but what was particularly impressive was how well he kicked in...