N-COUNT （英国的）大学毕业生，学士学位获得者 In Britain, a graduate is a person who has successfully completed a degree at a university or college and has received a certificate that shows this.
In 1973, the first Open University graduates received their degrees.
...graduates in engineering.
N-COUNT （美国的）高中（或学院、大学）毕业生 In the United States, a graduate is a student who has successfully completed a course at a high school, college, or university.
The top one-third of all high school graduates are entitled to an education at the California State University.
VERB （英国）大学毕业 In Britain, when a student graduates from university, they have successfully completed a degree course.
She graduated in English and Drama from Manchester University.
V-ERG （美国）中学（或大学）毕业，授予…学位（或毕业文凭） In the United States, when a student graduates, they complete their studies successfully and leave their school or university. You can also say that a school or university graduates a student or students.
When the boys graduated from high school, Ann moved to a small town in Vermont...
In 1986, American universities graduated a record number of students with degrees in computer science.
VERB 晋升；升职；升级 If you graduate from one thing to another, you go from a less important job or position to a more important one.
Bruce graduated to chef at the Bear Hotel...
From commercials she quickly graduated to television shows.