grading vs leveling what difference

what is difference between grading and leveling

English

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈɡɹeɪdɪŋ/

Verb

grading

  1. present participle of grade

Noun

grading (plural gradings)

  1. A rank or grade.
    • 2003, Peter Jarvis, Colin Griffin, Adult and Continuing Education: Liberal adult education (part 1)
      No matter how dubious, or even fictitious, examination gradings may sometimes be, they make judgements possible on educational progress and on the maintenance of standards.
  2. (mathematics) Gradation.

Anagrams

  • draggin’, garding, niggard


English

Alternative forms

  • levelling

Verb

leveling

  1. (US) present participle of level

Noun

leveling (plural levelings)

  1. The process of making something level.
    • 1981, D. Lincoln Canfield, Spanish Pronunciation in the Americas
      In the meantime, the Castilian of northern and central Spain, while retaining most of the traits of the pre-Columbian period, underwent changes and levelings, some of which were shared by the South and hence by America.
  2. (surveying, archaeology) The process of measuring levels to establish heights and altitudes.

Derived terms

  • leveling staff

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