pregraduate

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pre- +‎ graduate

Adjective[edit]

pregraduate (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to those studies that take place before a student completes a degree course.

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Much less common than postgraduate or undergraduate.

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Noun[edit]

pregraduate (plural pregraduates)

  1. A person who is taking an academic course but has not yet graduated.