Grade

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Grade most commonly refers to:

Grade or grading may also refer to:

Music[edit]

Science and technology[edit]

Biology and medicine[edit]

Geology[edit]

  • Graded bedding, a description of the variation in grain size through a bed in a sedimentary rock
  • Metamorphic grade, an indicatation of the degree of metamorphism of rocks
  • Ore grade, a measure that describes the concentration of a valuable natural material in the surrounding ore

Engineering and technology[edit]

  • Grade (fasteners), the grade of nuts and bolts refers to the strength and material
  • Grade (elevation at earth level), in architectural engineering, the elevation of the earth surrounding a building
  • Grading (earthworks), the preparation and leveling of land for construction, especially of roads and railways
  • Grade separation, aligning a junction of two or more transport axes at different heights to facilitate traffic flow
  • Cetane rating, a measure of diesel fuel's combustion quality
  • Octane rating, also called gasoline grade, the measure of the autoignition resistance of gasoline (petrol) and other fuels used in spark-ignition internal combustion engines
  • Grade of service, the quality of voice service in telecommunications
  • Color grading, the process of altering and enhancing the color of a motion picture, video image, or still image
  • A rating of lumber (timber) quality and strength

Mathematics[edit]

Linguistics[edit]

Sport[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Grade (crime), the degree of seriousness of a crime
  • Military rank
  • Grade (surname) (includes a list of people with the name)
  • Grade, Cornwall, a village in the UK
  • Coin grading, the process of determining the grade or condition of a coin, the key factor in its value
  • Food grading, the inspection, assessment and sorting of foods to determine quality, freshness, legal conformity and market value
  • Pattern grading, the scaling of a pattern to a different size in the clothing or footwear industry

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