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a degree: a qualification, diploma given to a student who has completed a course of study at university
I have a degree in economics from Harvard.

22 degrees: a unit of measurement (temperature for example)


  • "Trey : I spent a year in Paris working on my international communications degree."
  • "Harold Warbuckle : The theory of 'Six Degrees of Separation' says that any person on the planet is connected to any other person through six relationships."
  • "I'm going to talk to you today in my role as an 'entrepreneur' about the importance of networking, and a theory called the 'six degrees of separation' which could help you be as successful and rich as me."
  • "It's 90.43 degrees in here!"
  • "Jonas : Umm, about 40 degrees Fahrenheit?"
  • "Then I discovered the theory of 'six degrees of separation', and if you stick with me, I'll tell you what it is."
  • "I have an undergraduate degree in social psychology, as well as a master's degree in Communications."
  • "Highs of 33 degrees, sunshine and no wind until Monday."
  • "41 degrees Fahrenheit."

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