I [dɪ'griː] n
1) ступень, степень, уровень, предел

It is in the hightest degree emprobable. — Это крайне мало вероятно.

He is in no/little degree indebted to us. — Он нам ни в коей мере не обязан.

The speed increased in a corresponding degree. — Скорость увеличилась соответственно.

The desire to immitate shows itself to a very marked degree among children the world over. — Стремление к иммитации во всем мире проявляется особенно заметно у детей.

- first degree murder
- third degree burns
- three degrees of comparison
- degree of skill
- degree of perfection
- degree of safety
- success in varying degree
- not in the least degree
- matter of degree
- with a fair degree of precision
- with a high degree of certainty
- by degrees
- in the least degree
- by slow degrees
- in the least possible degree
- to a considerable degree
- some degree
- far greater degree
- minor degree
- such a degree that ...
- with varying degrees of vigor
- uncomfortable to a degree
- give smb third degree
- acquire the highist degree of accuracy possible
- endure a degree of discomfort due to limited means
2) степень родства, колено
- forbidden degrees of marriage
- degree of relationship
- degree of consanguinity
- in the fourth degree of relationship
3) положение, ранг, научная степень, почётное звание

It has not affected his position in any degree. — Это нисколько не отразилось на его положении.

A university degree may give one an advantage in getting a job. — Университетский диплом дает преимущество при получении работы

- academic degree
- doctoral degree
- college degree
- bachelor's degree
- Master of Arts degree
- people of all degrees of wealth
- man of low degree
- lady of high degree
- people of equal degree
- receive an honarary degree at Oxford
- put smb in for an honarary degree
- take a poll degre
- hold the Master of Arts degree
- hold an Oxford MA degree
- obtain a London degree
- award degrees in law
- take a degree at Oxford
- receive a degree with honours
- sit for a degree
- work for a degree
- try for a degree
- examine smb for a degree
II [dɪ'griː] n
градус (температурный)

I think it's eighty degrees outside. — Мне кажется, температура снаружи восемьдесят градусов.

20 degrees off the course. — Отклониться от курса на двадцать градусов.

Cyclones are frequently form of between the latitudes of eight and fifteen degrees north or south of the equator. — Циклоны часто образуются на широтах от восьми до пятнадцати градусов к северу или югу от экватора

- degree of fall
- degrees of latitude
- ten degree above zero
- degrees of heat 15
- angle of 25 degrees
- at minus 72 degrees centignate
- keep the temperature at 90 degrees
- thermometr stood at 20 degrees

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