ged

Pronunciation:  US [ˌdʒi i ˈdi] UK [ˌdʒiː iː ˈdiː]
  • n.High school equivalency diploma (all written for a general equivalency diploma or general educational development, United States and Canada for learning and testing did not finish high school were awarded the official certificate)
  • WebHigh school equivalency (General Education Development), diploma in general education (General Education Diploma), high school equivalency exams

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