summa cum laude

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From Latin summā cum laude (with the greatest praise).

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summa cum laude (not comparable)

  1. With highest (of three degrees of) praise; as noted, as an honor, on diplomas and degrees for work that is considered to be of the highest quality.
    She/he graduated from the university summa cum laude.

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summā cum laude

  1. summa cum laude