# Degree meaning

An example of degree is the first step in a science project.

An example of degree is 98.6 for the human normal body temperature.

An example of degree is a high level of strength in an exercise regime.

Proceeded to the next degree of difficulty.

First cousins are two degrees from their common ancestor.

A high degree of accuracy.

Modernized their facilities to a large degree.

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Murder in the second degree.

A third-degree burn.

*tall*is the positive degree,

*taller*the comparative degree, and

*tallest*the superlative degree of the adjective

*tall.*

Received the Bachelor of Arts degree at commencement.

A cousin in the second *degree.*

A man of low *degree.*

Each contributing to victory in his *degree.*

Hungry to a slight *degree*, burns of the third *degree.*

The terms *a*^{3}*c*^{2} and *x*^{5} are of the fifth *degree.*

The positive *degree* is “good,” the comparative *degree* is “better,” and the superlative *degree* is “best”

Murder in the first *degree.*

A right angle has 90 *degrees.*

B is the second *degree* in the scale of A.

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*x*is of the third degree.

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She has two bachelor's degrees and is studying towards a master's degree.

A right angle is a ninety degree angle.

Most humans have a field of vision of almost 180 degrees.

90 degrees Fahrenheit is equivalent to 32.2 degrees Celsius.

Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius.

### Origin of degree

*degre*

*from*Old French

*from*Vulgar Latin

*dēgradus*Latin

*dē-*

*de-*Latin

*gradus*

*step*ghredh- in Indo-European roots