HomeQ&Ahow do you translate "going the extra degree"

how do you translate "going the extra degree"

0
votes

it wouldn't be "alcanzando el proximo grado" would it? It's referring to temperature degree and i'm not sure if that makes sense. I'm a teacher and it's our school motto.
Gracias.

998 views
updated FEB 8, 2010
posted by Felipon

1 Answer

0
votes

Perhaps it would be alcanzando el proximo grado... which is what you guessed. As far as I know(and I just checked in the dictionary), grado refers to extent.

The only question I have is the placement of proximo grado. Now that I think about it, I believe that proximo would come after grado. Extra is describing what kind of degree. So it should be "Alcanzado el grado proximo."

Best of luck to your students and yourself!

updated FEB 8, 2010
posted by nrdyAWSM
SpanishDict is the world's most popular Spanish-English dictionary, translation, and learning website.
© Curiosity Media Inc.