degreenoun

  • ja学位
  • enthe qualification obtained by students who successfully complete a university or college course

Examples

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Let me get this straight.
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You both went to the same school.
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Yet someone came back with a degree that's useful.
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And the other one came back as Asian Ellen.
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Excuse me.
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My friend here would like to practice talking with a lady.
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Tell me about yourself.
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I was born and raised in Detroit, and I have an Associate’s Degree in Biology,
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and I’m studying to be a veterinarian.
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I don't regret staying at home and being your mom.
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But I regret not getting my degree.
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That's why somebody's mom just enrolled in college.
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Beep-beep-beep, it's me.
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I went to Harvard Law School.
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And by Harvard, I mean “University.”
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And by law school, I mean “of Phoenix.”
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That's right.
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I got my degree online at the University of Phoenix.
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And so, too, can you, my little boo.
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You got your law degree from Harvard.
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Was that enough for you, Wayne?
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Nope.

Other meanings for degree...

degreenoun

  • ja(角度の)度
  • ena unit for measuring angles
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Mute
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- So you pick the person up. - Oh, my God, again?
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- Tuck your chin in. Ready? - Okay. Oh, no.
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And then transition into the ground, which is a juji-gatame.
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- Woop. - What, there's more stuff?
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It's the same one. She just wanted to see it again.
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- The elbow doesn't go past the 180 degrees. - Yeah, try to get up, Andy. Try to get up.
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So, once you make it go past that, then that breaks the elbow.
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I'm tapping out.
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1.
Okay, bullet lodged there is 4 feet below the hole in the backdrop,
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indicating a trajectory of about 15 degrees,
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which means the shot was taken from either the second or third floor of one of the buildings across the plaza.
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Ooh, here he comes...
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That building's windows don't open.
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Watch out, men, he'll hunt you down.
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That one's obscured by trees.
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Ooh, here he comes.
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- Which means that the shooter must've been located— - On the sky bridge.
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Jake's a... manhunter.
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Alright, so across from the longest side is a 90-degree angle.
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Good thing I've got a 90-degree dangle.
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Joe, stop it!
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You will never be Troy!
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Why are you trying to be like Troy?
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Dick!
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Et tu, nerdy girl?
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Mute
1.
I wanna show you something. Let me tell you about it first.
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It's a 2015 Ford Edge Sport.
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It's a reliable and efficient car for Tayt's trips to the hospital.
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Its V6 EcoBoost engine is great on gas mileage.
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And it includes a front 180-degree camera and park assist to help with parallel parking.
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Mute
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And finally, Daniel Browning Smith is the man made of rubber.
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He's a 5-time Guinness Record holder for the most flexible man alive,
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and is a trained contortionist that can contort any bone in his body, including his spine, 180 degrees.
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Mute
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Fashion is all about owning it.
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Do you know the most stylish thing you can wear?
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- Please don't say crop top. - Crop top?
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- Confidence. - Oh.
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You look like a snake that just ate.
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No problem. There's a drawstring.
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It's like a dress but bunchier.
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Look at your legs.
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And your 180-degree wedgie.
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Mute
1.
We built this arena to create the next biggest spectacle in E-Sports.
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Nothing like this exists in North America.
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So along with our 270-degree LED wall,
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we also have a capacity for over 550, fully VIP lounge,
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custom gaming chairs, 12 cameras running,
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two gibs, and a wire cam.