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British to judge the quality of a student’s work and write a grade on it
to judge the quality of a student’s work by giving it a letter or number
to officially judge that someone has been successful in an examination or test because they have achieved a satisfactory standard
to decide that someone or something has not achieved a satisfactory score or standard
informal to give a student a failing grade
to give a student a lower grade for their work for a particular reason
to give someone a lower grade for an examination than they received at first
to give a student a degree or other qualification after a course of study
American to move a student to a higher class at the end of the school year
American to put students in different programs, or in classes according to their level or ability
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