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Triculate vs. Matriculate

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Triculateverb

To beautify; to pretty

Matriculateverb

(transitive) To enroll as a member of a body, especially of a college or university

Triculateverb

(dialectal) To matriculate; to graduate

Matriculateverb

(intransitive) To be enrolled as a member of a body, especially of a college or university.

Matriculatenoun

A person admitted to membership in a society.

Matriculateverb

To enroll; to enter in a register;

‘In discovering and matriculating the arms of commissaries from North America.’;

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Matriculateverb

To go though the process of admission to membership, as by examination and enrollment, in a society or college.

Matriculateadjective

Matriculated.

Matriculatenoun

someone who has been admitted to a college or university

Matriculateverb

enroll as a student

Matriculateverb

be enrolled at a college or university

‘they had recently matriculated as undergraduates at Jesus College’;

Matriculateverb

admit (a student) to membership of a college or university

‘he was matriculated at Balliol College, Oxford’;

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Matriculateverb

pass the final school-leaving examination

‘a total of 123 boys and girls who matriculated last year were registered with his department’;

Matriculateverb

record (arms) in an official register

‘the arms have been matriculated by the Lord Lyon King of Arms in Edinburgh’;

Matriculatenoun

a person who has matriculated.

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