Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Degree"

The meaning of "Degree" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does “I took my degree of Doctor of Medicine of the University of London, and proceeded to Netley to go through the course prescribed for surgeons in the army.” mean?
A: Predetermined course
Q: What does with any degree of permanence mean?
A: yeah, the time when she leaves isn't specified, so she can leave any time.
Q: What does to learn a lesser degree mean?
A: It's an expression that's hard for me to explain, but it's like "not as much." An example would be "She was encouraged by her mother and, to a lesser extent, her father." It means her mother and father both encouraged her, but her father did not encourage her as much as her mother.
Q: What does to a degree mean?
A: Simply said: "sampai tahap dimana..." Dalam kalimat tersebut contohnya "sampai tahap yang mengejutkan seseorang". Biasanya untuk menekankan sesuatu.

Q: What does What is " with any degree of permanence ." ? mean?
A: 'Degree of permanence' refers to the person staying with Charlie and how long they will do it. Charlie is happy because of the 'degree of permanence', or lasting time, they are staying :) I hope this helps!

Example sentences using "Degree"

Q: Please show me example sentences with degree.
A: "I need to go to my university to fetch my diploma."

"She showed him her diploma."

"Please keep your diploma somewhere safe. You may need it later."

Diploma = the physical document you get when you finish studying

Degree = the abstract thing that a diploma gives you when you finish studying
Q: Please show me example sentences with degree.
A: It is -4 degrees outside.
To what degree will he go to achieve the goal?
He has a third degree burn.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to some degree.
A: Here is the definition of "to some degree":
http://www.dictionary.com/browse/to-some-degree

These statements are, to some degree, all correct.
To some degree we'll have to compromise.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "degree of concern".
A: "You need to approach any situation with an appropriate degree of concern."

"To be a doctor you have to have an appropriate degree of concern."

"The mother has a certain degree of concern for her child."

There aren't many common expressions with this phrase,so this is all I could come up with.
Q: Please show me example sentences with get a degree.
A: I got a degree in English.
Did you get a degree?
When did you get a degree?

Synonyms of "Degree" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between earn degree and get a degree ?
A: Nothing but we say "get a degree" or "earn your/my/his/her degree" most commonly. Not "earn a degree". For no particular reason.
Q: What is the difference between degree and diploma and certificate ?
A: In US English:

degree = completing study at a university or college
diploma = completing high school; or, the piece of paper that says you have received your degree
certificate = completing a short training program that does not lead to a degree or a diploma
Q: What is the difference between She has a degree in Sociology at Universidad Iberoamericana and She has a degree in Sociology from the Universidad Iberoamericana ?
A: yes...she has already completed her course at the University.
Q: What is the difference between A) To some degree, I was successful and B) somewhat, I was successful ?
A: B) is not correct. You can say A) or "I was somewhat successful" and they mean the same thing
Q: What is the difference between A : Why would you throw your degree away like that? and B : Why do you throw your degree away like that? ?
A: Ah.. Maybe this might help explain it a little more?

"why would you" has a a feeling of disbelief/disappointment or shock for a certain action.

"why do you" doesn't have this feeling to it and is taken in a more literal sense.

I'm not sure how to explain this more... 😓

Translations of "Degree"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Different degrees of love(i.e. crush, like, love)
A: Your crush/have a crush on someone
Your girlfriend/boyfriend; your fiance
Your love
Your significant other
Betrothed - not love but someone you’re formally set up to be married with
Your soulmate

Love and soulmate being at the top
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? you're oriented at least to some degree towards the medium. What does it mean?
A: I think what you are saying is that you're more inclined to be towards the middle. For example, if you agree a little with two different opinions, you are somewhere in the middle because you don't completely agree with either opinion.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? A degree is very good
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I should be able to ask that without getting 3rd degree ~~~ can you explain " without 3rd degree " in english? thanks!!
A: The answer is burns. In American English, there is a slang expression "getting roasted" or "getting burned". This means that they are getting a lot of insults or jokes back just by simply asking a question or saying something. And in medicine, 3rd degree burns are the worst you can get, so in the sentence you provided, this means that they should be able to ask the question they want without getting a lot of negative feedback.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I study English as a degree
A: I am studying for a degree in English. My degree subject is English.

Other questions about "Degree"

Q: How degree does 'pfft' rude slang word? Is it very rude? In Korean similar slang is 풉. But it's not really rude in Korea, since people would often use it when thire friends are saying something ridiculous. does this sound natural?
A: Instead of "how degree does 'pfft' rude slang word?"

I would say:
How rude is the slang word 'pfft'?

(x) In Korean similar slang is 풉.
(o) In Korean, there is a similar (slang) word: 풉.

(x) thire
(o) their
Q: what's your degree? does this sound natural?
A: What degree do you have?

(This sounds more natural.)
Q: Even though it was just a first degree burn, it took a long time to heal. does this sound natural?
A: This sounds natural. Good job!
Q: I stewed it with 75 degrees for 2 hours. does this sound natural?
A: I stewed it at 75 degrees for 2 hours.
Q: When are you going to get your degree from college? does this sound natural?
A: Yours isn't grammatically correct, but I would probably just say, "When are you going to graduate?"

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