cum laude

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin cum (with) + laude (ablative of laus, "praise").

Adverb[edit]

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cum laude (not comparable)

  1. With praise; an honor added to a diploma or degree for work that is above average.

Usage notes[edit]

In the USA, there are three honors often added to diplomas and degrees, and two others less commonly used.

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