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graduate from (something)

1. To complete one's studies in a particular school or program. I can't believe we're about to graduate from college—how did four years go by that quickly? I graduate from my doctoral program in May.
2. To advance to a higher rank. At the end of the summer, I'll graduate from being a junior counselor to being a regular camp counselor.
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graduate from

v.
1. To move up from one position, rank, or level, to a higher one: That year, the athletes graduated from amateur to professional status in the competition.
2. To complete the academic requirements of some institution, usually receiving an academic degree: I graduated from college with a degree in history.
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Arifa is assisted by Marjuky Ch, graduated from the Informatics Management as the Vice President; Dyhana Paramita Lim, graduated from the Informatics Management as the Treasurer; Rudy Hartono Manurung, graduated from the Japanese Literature as the Secretary General; and Agus Edy Sutomo, a graduated from the Information Engineering as the Secretary General II.
Of the 27 graduates from Whitireia's Pacific programme, just 48.1 per cent were working as RNs at March 31, compared to 75 per cent of the 16 who graduated from Manukau Institute of Technology's Pacific programme.
When Kelsey Rowlson graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in communications, she thought her job search might take a while.
Less than half (48%) of blacks who graduated from college in the 1970s say they took on student loan debt to obtain their undergraduate degree, but this grew to 63% for graduates in the 1980s, 67% in the 1990s, and 78% for the 2000-2014 cohort.
Andy said: "I graduated from university at a time when graduate employment opportunities were in the doldrums so the opportunity to work with Liquid Accounts as a paid intern was incredibly important to me.
Alexandra Yanoff, of Boylston, recently graduated from the Bancroft School in Worcester.
The classic movie The Graduate sidestepped the question of whether Benjamin Braddock graduated from college or was graduated from college.
Robin Laws-Wall 26, from Whitley Bay, graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in French and German and will join Deloitte's Audit team as an associate.
Andy and Peter graduated from Newcastle University in information systems and both did not want to follow a traditional graduate career path, opting instead to develop their own business.
Approximately 200 employees have graduated from the program since its inception, and today those employees hold leadership positions throughout the Navy.
NATWEST has launched its 2005 graduate package, which is available for students who have graduated from university within the last three years.
According to the Baccalaureate and Beyond data, an estimated 60,200 students graduated from Ohio colleges and universities with a bachelor's degree in 1993, making Ohio the fourth-largest producer of college graduates that year.
Paul King, chairman of UBM, the largest African American-owned construction company in Illinois, graduated from the program and lauds its accomplishments.
I have to,'" says Miles, a legal secretary who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania five years ago.
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