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grad

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noun or adjective \ ˈgrad \

Definition of grad

Origin and Etymology of grad

by shortening


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grad

noun

Definition of grad

:one hundredth of a right angle

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Origin and Etymology of grad

French grade degree, from Latin gradus


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grad

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