Synonyms of grade in English:

grade


See US English definition of grade

See UK English definition of grade

See Spanish definition of calidad

noun

1‘hotels within the same grade’

SYNONYMS
category, class, classification, grouping, group, set, section, bracket, division, type, brand

2‘they appointed him to the lowest grade’

SYNONYMS
rank, level, echelon, standing, station, position, placing, class, status, order
stage, step, rung, rung on the ladder, notch, stratum, tier
degree of proficiency, degree of quality, degree of merit

3‘they got the best grades in the school’

SYNONYMS
mark, score, grading, assessment, evaluation, appraisal

4‘a kid in the fifth grade’

SYNONYMS
class, form, study group, school group, set, stream, band
year

5‘roads on steep grades’

SYNONYMS
slope, gradient, incline, acclivity, declivity, tilt, angle
hill, rise, bank, ramp

verb

1‘the weights were graded in the box by size’

SYNONYMS
classify, class, categorize, bracket, sort, group, order, arrange, type, pigeonhole, brand, size
rank, evaluate, rate, value, range, graduate, calibrate

2‘children should be told how they have been graded’

SYNONYMS
assess, mark, score, judge, evaluate, appraise

3‘all these categories grade into one another’

SYNONYMS
pass, shade, change, merge, blend, transmute, turn

Phrases

    make the grade

    ‘he lacked the experience to make the grade’


    SYNONYMS
    come up to standard, come up to scratch, qualify, pass, pass muster, measure up, measure up to expectation
    succeed, be successful, come through, come through with flying colours, win through, get through
    informal be up to snuff, cut it, cut the mustard, crack it
    ANTONYMS

    fail