rate


rate
I
n.
amount in relation to something else

1) to fix, set a rate

2) a fast; flat; high; low; moderate; slow; steady rate

3) bargain; reasonable; reduced; regular rates

4) an accident; birth; crime; death; divorce; fertility; growth; marriage; morbidity; mortality rate

5) a discount; exchange; group; inflation; interest; primary; tax rate

6) a metabolic; pulse; respiration rate

7) an annual; hourly; monthly; seasonal; weekly rate

8) at a certain rate (at a steady rate; she borrowed money at a high interest rate)

misc.

9) at any rate ('in any case'); first rate ('top quality')

II
v.

1) to rate high; low

2) (d; intr., tr.) ('to be ranked; to rank') to rate among (that player is rated among the very best)

3) (d; intr., tr.) ('to be ranked; to rank') to rate as (this wine rates as excellent; she is rated as one of the best tennis players in the country)

4) (d; intr.) ('to compare') to rate with (this wine rates with the very best)

5) (colloq.) (AE) (D; intr.) ('to enjoy a favored status') to rate with (she really rates with them)

6) (P; tr.) ('to rank') this restaurant is rated very highly

7) (GB) (P; tr.) ('to assess for tax purposes') their flat is rated at eight hundred pounds this year

8) (misc.) on a scale of one to ten, we would rate this restaurant eight

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[reɪt]
fertility
hourly
monthly
morbidity
mortality rate
reduced
regular rates
respiration rate
seasonal
set a rate
steady rate
tax rate
we would rate this restaurant eight
weekly rate
first rate ('top quality')
(GB) (P; tr.) ('to assess for tax purposes') their flat is rated at eight hundred pounds this year
(P; tr.) ('to rank') this restaurant is rated very highly
(P; tr.) ('to rank') this restaurant is rated very highly
(misc.) on a scale of one to ten
['amount in relation to something else'] to fix
a discount
a fast
a metabolic
an accident
an accident
an annual
to rate high
['misc. '] at any rate ('in any case')
at a certain rate (at a steady rate; she borrowed money at a high interest rate)
(colloq.) (AE) (D; intr.) ('to enjoy a favored status') to rate with (she really rates with them)
(d; intr., tr.) ('to be ranked; to rank') to rate among (that player is rated among the very best)
(d; intr., tr.) ('to be ranked; to rank') to rate as (this wine rates as excellent; she is rated as one of the best tennis players in the country)
(d; intr.) ('to compare') to rate with (this wine rates with the very best)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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