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di·plo·ma

 (dĭ-plō′mə)
n.
1. A document issued by an educational institution, such as a university, testifying that the recipient has earned a degree or has successfully completed a particular course of study.
2. A certificate conferring a privilege or honor.
3. An official document or charter.

[Latin diplōma, letter of introduction, from Greek, document, folded paper, from diploos, double; see dwo- in Indo-European roots.]

diploma

(dɪˈpləʊmə)
n
1. (Education) a document conferring a qualification, recording success in examinations or successful completion of a course of study
2. an official document that confers an honour or privilege
[C17: from Latin: official letter or document, literally: letter folded double, from Greek; see diplo-]

di•plo•ma

(dɪˈploʊ mə)

n., pl. -mas, Lat. -ma•ta (-mə tə)
1. a document given by an educational institution conferring a degree or certifying the successful completion of a course of study.
2. a document conferring some honor or privilege.
3. a public document, esp. one of historical interest.
[1635–45; < Latin diplōma a letter of recommendation, an official document < Greek díplōma a letter folded double]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.diploma - a document certifying the successful completion of a course of studydiploma - a document certifying the successful completion of a course of study
certificate, credential, credentials, certification - a document attesting to the truth of certain stated facts
Higher National Diploma, HND - a diploma given for vocational training that prepares the student for a career in a particular area; good students may progress to a course leading to a degree

diploma

noun qualification, degree, certificate a diploma in social work
Translations
diploma
دِبْلُوماشِهادَة دِبْلوم
diplom
diplomeksamensbevis
diplomo
diplomi
डिप्लोमा
diploma
ijazahsertifikat
prófskírteini
免状
졸업장
diplomas
diploms
diploma
diplomexamensbevis
ประกาศนียบัตร
văn bằng

diploma

[dɪˈpləʊmə] Ndiploma m

diploma

[dɪˈpləʊmə] ndiplôme m
a diploma in sth → un diplôme de qch
a diploma in social work → un diplôme d'assistante sociale

diploma

nDiplom nt; teacher’s diplomaLehrerdiplom nt; to hold a diploma inein Diplom haben in (+dat)

diploma

[dɪˈpləʊmə] ndiploma m
to have a diploma in → avere un diploma in, essere diplomato/a in

diploma

(diˈploumə) noun
a written statement saying that one has passed a certain examination etc. She has a diploma in teaching.

diploma

دِبْلُوما diplom diplom Diplom δίπλωμα diploma diplomi diplôme diploma diploma 免状 졸업장 diploma diplom dyplom diploma диплом diplom ประกาศนียบัตร diploma văn bằng 文凭
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685 was standing by the official table waiting to receive the precious official diploma which should prove to his German household and to his descendants that he had once been indiscreet enough to climb to the top of Mont Blanc.
To be received in the Countess Bezukhova's salon was regarded as a diploma of intellect.
For years this day had beckoned and allured to her; but when it came the one single, keen, abiding memory it left with her was not that of the breathless moment when the stately president of Redmond gave her cap and diploma and hailed her B.A.; it was not of the flash in Gilbert's eyes when he saw her lilies, nor the puzzled pained glance Roy gave her as he passed her on the platform.
At all events, the health of the good town of Boston, so far as medicine had aught to do with it, had hitherto lain in the guardianship of an aged deacon and apothecary, whose piety and godly deportment were stronger testimonials in his favour than any that he could have produced in the shape of a diploma. The only surgeon was one who combined the occasional exercise of that noble art with the daily and habitual flourish of a razor.
At the beginning of August Philip passed his surgery, his last examination, and received his diploma. It was seven years since he had entered St.
All they need do would be to walk round me, and, after that, take their diploma.
Many of them, however, said that, as they could remain only for two or three months, they wanted to enter a high class and get a diploma the first year if possible.
"Now you've got your diploma, Em," said Uncle Henry, with a laugh, "and I'm glad of it.
For, as you well know, sir--or, as I presume I should say, Doctor; you have the medical diploma, no doubt?"
But Doctor Kimble (country apothecaries in old days enjoyed that title without authority of diploma), being a thin and agile man, was flitting about the room with his hands in his pockets, making himself agreeable to his feminine patients, with medical impartiality, and being welcomed everywhere as a doctor by hereditary right--not one of those miserable apothecaries who canvass for practice in strange neighbourhoods, and spend all their income in starving their one horse, but a man of substance, able to keep an extravagant table like the best of his patients.
Her Natalka had obtained a diploma of a Superior School for Women and her son was a student at the St.
Afterward she came back to the dressing-room where we stood, with our diplomas in our hands, walked up to me, and said heartily: