[grak-uh l] /ˈgræk əl/
any of several long-tailed American birds of the family Icteridae, especially of the genus Quiscalus, having usually iridescent black plumage.
any of several Old World birds of the family Sturnidae, especially certain mynas.
Also called crow blackbird. any American songbird of the genera Quiscalus and Cassidix, having a dark iridescent plumage: family Icteridae (American orioles)
any of various starlings of the genus Gracula, such as G. religiosa (Indian grackle or hill mynah)
1772, gracule, from genus name Gracula, Modern Latin fem. from Latin graculus “jackdaw, European crow,” perhaps of imitative origin. The anglicized form of the word is attested from 1782.
[grad] /græd/ noun, Informal. 1. a graduate. [grad] /græd/ noun 1. one hundredth of a right angle. 1. Mathematics. . 2. . 3. . /ɡræd/ noun 1. (informal) a graduate abbreviation 1. (maths) gradient 2. (education) graduate(d) n. abbreviation of graduate (n.), attested from 1871. grad. abbr. Latin gradatim (gradually) modifier : a grad student/ […]
[grey-duh-bil-i-tee] /ˌgreɪ dəˈbɪl ɪ ti/ noun, Transportation. 1. a measure of a truck’s pulling power expressed as the steepest the truck can climb with a full load.
[grey-duh-buh l] /ˈgreɪ də bəl/ adjective 1. capable of being . 2. Grammar. (especially of adjectives and adverbs) denoting a quality or state that can be present in varying degree or extent; capable of undergoing comparison or intensification, as heavy—heavier, cheerful—more cheerful, or tall—very tall, but not atomic or dental. /ˈɡreɪdəbəl/ adjective 1. capable of […]
[grey-deyt] /ˈgreɪ deɪt/ verb (used without object), gradated, gradating. 1. to pass by gradual or imperceptible degrees, as one color into another. verb (used with object), gradated, gradating. 2. to cause to gradate. 3. to arrange in . /ɡrəˈdeɪt/ verb 1. to change or cause to change imperceptibly, as from one colour, tone, or degree […]