Synonym: appraise, categorize, classify, estimate, evaluate, grade, group, measure, position, rank, value. Similar words: operate, cooperate, at any rate, desperate, generate, tolerate, accurate, moderate. Meaning: [reɪt] n. 1. amount of a charge or payment relative to some basis 2. a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit 3. the relative speed of progress or change 4. a quantity or amount or measure considered as a proportion of another quantity or amount or measure. v. 1. assign a rank or rating to 2. be worthy of or have a certain rating 3. estimate the value of.
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1. At any rate, your plan needs revision.
2. Fish normally have a high metabolic rate.
3. At what rate does the dollar convert into pounds?
4. We drove at a steady rate.
5. At the rate you work, you'll never finish!
6. The rate of inflation increased by 2%.
7. The unemployment rate is rising in that country.
8. This machine measures your heart rate.
9. The rate of inflation has now reached double figures.
10. Australia's unemployment rate rose to 6.5% in February.
11. At least one bank cut its prime rate today.
12. Argentina's erratic inflation rate threatens to upset the plans.
13. The annual rate of inflation fell.
14. Calls cost 36p a minute cheap rate.
15. The assumptions made about the economy's rate of growth proved to be incorrect.
16. Figures published today show another fall in the rate of inflation.
17. The occupancy rate of beds has been averaging out about 80 percent.
18. The possibility of an interest rate cut is a major talking point in the City.
19. My pay has not increased from the rate fixed two years ago.
20. What rate will I get if I convert my dollars into euros?
21. Top salaries are liable for a higher rate of tax.
22. The suicide rate among men between the ages of 16 and 25 has risen alarmingly.
23. There is a high rate of juvenile delinquency in this area.
24. He urged further interest rate cuts in a bid to kick-start the economy.
25. Your metabolic rate is the speed at which your body transforms food into energy.
26. Well, I'm not going home on foot, at any rate.
27. You can choose either a fixed or floating interest rate for the loan.
28. Nurses refused to accept a pay settlement less than the rate of inflation.
29. Blood feuds and general gangsterism added to the local crime rate.
30. The big clubs are becoming increasingly impatient at the rate of progress.
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