Definitions of rate

To
be
considered
in
a
class;
to
make
an
estimate.

To
rail
at;
scold;
reprove
with
vehemence.

To
set
a
certain
estimate
on;
to
value
at
a
certain
price
or
degree.

To
assess
for
the
payment
of
a
rate
or
tax.

To
settle
the
relative
scale,
rank,
position,
amount,
value,
or
quality
of;
as,
to
rate
a
ship;
to
rate
a
seaman;
to
rate
a
pension.

To
ratify.

To
estimate;
settle
or
fix
the
value,
rank,
or
degree
of;
scold
sharply.

To
calculate:
to
estimate:
to
settle
the
relative
rank,
scale,
or
position
of.

To
tax
one
with
a
thing:
to
scold:
to
chide.

To
estimate;
fix
the
rank
of;
scold.

To
estimate;
assess.

To
be
set
or
considered
in
a
class;
to
have
rank;
as,
the
ship
rates
as
a
ship
of
the
line.

To
make
an
estimate.

To
be
estimated,
be
placed
in
a
certain
class
or
rank.

To
make
an
estimate:
to
be
placed
in
a
certain
class.

be
worthy
of
or
have
a
certain
rating; "
This
bond
rates
highly"

assign
a
rank
or
rating
to; "
how
would
you
rank
these
students?"; "
The
restaurant
is
rated
highly
in
the
food
guide"

To
be
estimated;
have
rank
or
value.

To
value;
to
estimate;
to
fix
the
grade
of.

To
chide
with
vehemence;
to
reprove.

To
compute;
to
estimate;
to
value;
to
determine
the
degree
or
proportion
of;
to
be
placed
in
a
certain
class
or
rank,
as
a
ship.

To
reprove;
to
chide;
to
censure
severely.

amount
of
a
charge
or
payment
relative
to
some
basis; "
a
10
minute
phone
call
at
that
rate
would
cost $
5"

a
magnitude
or
frequency
relative
to
a
time
unit; "
they
traveled
at
a
rate
of
55
miles
per
hour"; "
the
rate
of
change
was
faster
than
expected"

estimate
the
value
of; "
How
would
you
rate
his
chances
to
become
President?"; "
Gold
was
rated
highly
among
the
Romans"

Established
portion
or
measure;
fixed
allowance.

That
which
is
established
as
a
measure
or
criterion;
degree;
standard;
rank;
proportion;
ratio;
as,
a
slow
rate
of
movement;
rate
of
interest
is
the
ratio
of
the
interest
to
the
principal,
per
annum.

Valuation;
price
fixed
with
relation
to
a
standard;
cost;
charge;
as,
high
or
low
rates
of
transportation.

A
tax
or
sum
assessed
by
authority
on
property
for
public
use,
according
to
its
income
or
value;
esp.,
in
England,
a
local
tax;
as,
parish
rates;
town
rates.

Order;
arrangement.

Ratification;
approval.

The
gain
or
loss
of
a
timepiece
in
a
unit
of
time;
as,
daily
rate;
hourly
rate;
etc.

The
order
or
class
to
which
a
war
vessel
belongs,
determined
according
to
its
size,
armament,
etc.;
as,
first
rate,
second
rate,
etc.

The
class
of
a
merchant
vessel
for
marine
insurance,
determined
by
its
relative
safety
as
a
risk,
as
A1,
A2,
etc.

Amount,
degree,
speed,
value,
etc.,
estimated
in
proportion
to
a
fixed
standard;
as,
interest
at
a
rate
of
five
per
cent;
a
rate
of
sixty
miles
an
hour;
price
fixed
or
stated;
as,
theater
rates;
degree
of
value;
as,
goods
bought
at
a
low
rate;
in
England,
a
tax
or
assessment;
a
grade
or
class;
as,
a
first
rate,
second
rate,
etc.

A
ratio
or
proportion:
allowance:
standard:
value:
price:
the
class
of
a
ship:
movement,
as
fast
or
slow:
a
tax.

Allowance;
price;
degree;
movement;
tax.

Relative
measure;
degree;
value;
price;
rank;
class;
tax.

The
proportion
or
standard
by
which
quantity
or
value
is
adjusted;
price
fixed
or
stated;
settled
allowance;
degree;
degree
of
value;
a
tax;
the
order
or
class
of
a
ship.

A
calculated
proportion;
allowance
settled;
an
assessment
at
a
certain
proportion;
a
tax;
a
price
or
amount
stated
or
fixed;
degree
in
which
anything
is
done;
class
or
rank,
as
of
a
ship;
comparative
height
or
value.
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