cum laude
English
Etymology
From Latin cum (“with”) + laude (ablative of laus, "praise").
Adverb
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cum laude (not comparable)
With praise; an honor added to a diploma or degree for work that is above average.
Usage notes
In the USA, there are three honors often added to diplomas and degrees, and two others less commonly used.
Related terms
Translations
with praise
Vietnamese: khá (vi), loại khá
Last edited on 14 February 2021, at 19:26
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