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English translation: Degree Certificate/Diploma (see below)

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Italian term or phrase:certificato di laurea
English translation:Degree Certificate/Diploma (see below)
Entered by: CLS Lexi-tech
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12:39 Jul 30, 2001
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
Italian term or phrase: certificato di laurea
In an academic certification heading apears:
"Certificato di Laurea"

Thanks very much,

Harold
Harold
Degree Certificate
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Francesco D'Alessandro
Spain
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Summary of answers provided
na +2DiplomaJohn Arce
naDiploma/Diploma certificate
CLS Lexi-tech
naDegree Certificate
Francesco D'Alessandro
naCertificato di LaureaMr. Italy


  

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Certificato di Laurea


Explanation:
Degree certificate (I have one right here on the wall)

Mr. Italy
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Degree Certificate


Explanation:
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Francesco D'Alessandro
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Diploma/Diploma certificate


Explanation:
you could consider also this option

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paola l m


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Diploma


Explanation:
In American English, it would simply be called a "diploma" and not a "diploma certificate" or a "degree certificate."
Have you ever heard anyone (that is not a foreigner) refer to a "diploma" as a "degree certificate"?

John Arce
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