summa cum laude
English
Etymology
From Latin summā cum laude (“with the greatest praise”).
Pronunciation
Rhymes: -aʊdeɪ
Adverb
summa cum laude (not comparable)
With highest (of three degrees of) praise; as noted, as an honor, on diplomas and degrees for work that is considered to be of the highest quality.
Coordinate terms: cum laude, magna cum laude
Nancy graduated from the university summa cum laude.
Translations
with highest praise
See also
Further reading
Latin honors on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
Latin
Adverb
summā cum laude (not comparable)
summa cum laude
Last edited on 8 May 2021, at 21:58
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