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    Cool Earning degrees

    Does "to earn degrees" at a University mean to graduate or rather only to get some qualifications but not any title at all?

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    Re: Earning degrees

    It is not a phrase I have ever encountered in the UK. Looking at the ANC, it appears to mean "achieve a degree">> to graduate.

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