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antigua alumna es

Subject field: Students and Grant Holders
Responsible Body: ---
Creation date: 2018-10-25
Last update: 2019-07-06

Español

egresado

Usage status: Oficial/estandarizado [UGR]
  • Details
    Source: UGRTerm
    Grammatical gender: Masculino
    Geographical Variant: Español (España)

antiguo alumno

Usage status: Permitido [UGR]
  • Details
    Source: UGRTerm
    Grammatical gender: Masculino
    Geographical Variant: Español (España)

egresada

Usage status: Oficial/estandarizado [UGR]
  • Details
    Source: UGRTerm
    Grammatical gender: Femenino
    Geographical Variant: Español (España)

antigua alumna

Usage status: Permitido [UGR]
  • Details
    Source: UGRTerm
    Grammatical gender: Femenino
    Geographical Variant: Español (España)

English

alumna

Usage status: Official/standardized [UGR]
  • Details
    Source: UGRTerm
    Number: Singular
    Geographical Variant: English (United Kingdom)English (United States)English (European)
    Note: Term referring to a female former student.

alumnus

Usage status: Official/standardized [UGR]
  • Details
    Source: UGRTerm
    Number: Singular
    Geographical Variant: English (United Kingdom)English (United States)English (European)
    Note: Alumnus (which is a male form in Latin) generally refers to a male former student.

alum

Usage status: Admitted [UGR]
  • Details
    Source: UGRTerm
    Term type: Abbreviated Form
    Geographical Variant: English (United States)
    Note: In the US, the shortened form alum is increasingly used in informal contexts to avoid gender-specific terminology altogether