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Titulado; Titulado Superior ; Titulado Medio

English translation: graduate / with a higher degree / with a primary (or first) degree

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11:22 Nov 9, 2000
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Bus/Financial
Spanish term or phrase: Titulado; Titulado Superior ; Titulado Medio
These all describe job titles ?
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English translation:graduate / with a higher degree / with a primary (or first) degree
Explanation:
Hi there!
I think this is what you need. Search the doc referenced below for these terms to see them in use.

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See translations provided by Oxford Superlex


Explanation:
· Titulado = graduate; titulado en ingeniería: Engineering graduate

Titulado medio = graduate with a qualification obtained after a three-year degree course as opposed to a five-year course.

Titulado superior o universitario = university graduate, college graduate (AmE).

Hope it helps!


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Local time: 17:14
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graduate / with a higher degree / with a primary (or first) degree


Explanation:
Hi there!
I think this is what you need. Search the doc referenced below for these terms to see them in use.

Good luck.


    Reference: http://www.iac.es/otri/b130996.htm
Hubbit
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Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 16
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