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  • aegrotat —   n. he or she is ill ; certificate of student s illness for absence from university lectures or examination.    ♦ aegrotat degree, degree given to student absent from examination by reason of illness …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • aegrotat — n. Brit. 1 a certificate that a university student is too ill to attend an examination. 2 an examination pass awarded in such circumstances. Etymology: L, = is sick f. aeger sick * * * ēˈgrōˌtat, ˈēgrō noun ( s) Etymology: Latin, he is ill, 3d… …   Useful english dictionary

  • aegrotat — /ee groh tat , ee groh tat/, n. Brit. an unclassified degree granted a university student who has fulfilled all requirements for graduation but was prevented by illness from attending the final examinations. [1860 65; < L aegrotat lit., he is… …   Universalium

  • aegrotat — noun a) A certificate indicating that a student is ill, excusing him or her from lectures and examinations and allowing him to pass courses for which he is too ill to finish the required materials. b) An unclassified degree awarded to such a… …   Wiktionary

  • aegrotat — n. medical certificate of a student s illness; degree given to a student who has been absent by reason of illness …   English contemporary dictionary

  • aegrotat — /ˈaɪgrətæt/ (say uygruhtat), /ˈi / (say ee ) noun (in universities) 1. an official certificate of illness allowing a candidate to pass an examination even though he or she failed to attend part of it. 2. the degree thus taken. {Latin: he or she… …   Australian English dictionary

  • British undergraduate degree classification — The British undergraduate degree classification system is a grading scheme for undergraduate degrees (bachelor s degrees and integrated master s degrees) in the United Kingdom. The system has been applied (sometimes with significant variations)… …   Wikipedia

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  • ae|gro|tat — «ih GROH tat», noun. 1. a medical certificate given at certain British and Canadian universities to a student too ill to attend an examination. 2. the unclassified degree awarded to a student on the basis of this certificate. Also, aeger. ╂[<… …   Useful english dictionary