Meaning of gradus

gra•dus

Pronunciation: (grā'dus), [key]
— pl. -dus•es.
  1. a work consisting wholly or in part of exercises of increasing difficulty.

gra•dus

Pronunciation: (grā'dus), [key]
— pl. -dus•es.
  1. a dictionary of prosody, esp. one that gives word quantities and poetic phrases and that is intended to aid students in the writing of Latin and Greek verse.
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