English → English - rate

Pronunciation
n. ratio, proportion between two things; price, cost; speed, pace; tax, assessment
v. assess, appraise, determine value; grade, classify, sort
n. advice, counsel, consultation, counseling, recommendation; assembly, board, group of people (gathered to advise, plan, etc.)

English → Spanish - rate

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s. tasa, índice, porcentaje, proporción, razón; precio, tarifa, velocidad
v. evaluar, calificar, justipreciar, tasar, valorar, reprender a gritos

English → French - rate

Pronunciation
n. taux; cote; tarif; prix, coût; régime; allure, cadence; vitesse; impôt, recette; nombre proportionnel
v. estimer; évaluer; considérer; classer; imposer, taxer, tarifier; mériter, avoir droit à

English → German - rate

Pronunciation
n. Rate; Tempo; Preis; Kurs; Steuer
v. schätzen; einschätzen; veranlagen

English → Indonesian - rate

Pronunciation
n. angka, kadar, tarip, suku, kurs, harkah, harga, kecepatan, laju, bagian, bea, jenis, merek, cara, tingkah laku, kapasitas, kapasitet
v. menaksir, memberi harga pd, menilai, menghitung, menggelar, menggelari, membea daerah, berhak, dinilai, dianggap, mencela, mencelakan, memarahi

English → Italian - rate

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s. tasso, saggio; ritmo, velocità; tariffa, prezzo; proporzione, rapporto; classe, ordine; valore stimato, valutazione; imposta locale
v. valutare, stimare, calcolare il valore di; quotare; valutare ai fini fiscali; considerare, reputare, giudicare; (fam) meritare, essere degno di; determinare le aliquote di premio di; (Orol) regolare

English → Polish - rate

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n. stosunek, tempo, szybkość, stawka, ocena, kurs wymiany, wskaźnik, podatek, klasa
v. oszacować, cenić, oceniać, opodatkować, klasyfikować, łajać, nagadać, złajać, wyłajać, skarcić, ofuknąć, karcić, zwymyślać, skrzyczeć, ocenić, sklasyfikować, nagadywać, ofukać

English → Portuguese - rate

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s. preço; taxa; velocidade; medida; percentagem; valor
v. avaliar; classificar; repreender

English → Romanian - rate

Pronunciation
n. preţ, tarif, curs, uşor, normă, măsură, proporţie, cantitate, număr, procent, calitate, calcul, evaluare, taxă, impozit local, contribuţie funciară, contribuţie, grad de, ritm, viteză, alură
v. preţui, evalua, estima, calcula, aprecia, socoti, considera, regla, avea rangul de, regulariza, impune, taxa, clasa

English → Russian - rate

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с. норма, размер, процент, разряд; порция, паек, ставка; тариф, расценка, обменный курс, цена; скорость, темп, быстрота, доля; коэффициент, пропорция, степень, отношение, сорт; местный налог, класс; ход, расход
г. оценивать, производить оценку, исчислять, вычислять; расценивать, считать, рассматривать, облагать налогом; определять, определять категорию, определять класс, устанавливать, классифицировать, регулировать, делать выговор, бранить

English → Turkish - rate

Pronunciation
f. değer biçmek, sınıflandırmak, fiyat belirlemek, saymak, addetmek, olarak görmek, layık olmak, hak etmek, sayılmak, azarlamak, fırça atmak
i. oran, kur, rayiç, değer, ücret, bedel, posta ücreti, derece, sınıf, emlâk vergisi (İng.), belediye vergisi (İng.)

English → Ukrainian - rate

Pronunciation
n. норма, розмір, ставка, тариф, курс, відсоток, податок: місцевий податок, темп
v. оцінювати, цінувати, тарифікувати, вважати, вважатися, податок: обкладати місцевим податком, розглядатися

French → English - rate

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(f) n. (Zoology) spleen, organ which is located near the stomach and which filters and stores blood and produces white blood cells and destroys old red blood cells

German → English - rate

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v. assess, appraise, determine value; grade, classify, sort

English → Dutch - rate

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zn. tarief, koers, prijs, graad, mate, maatstaf, evenredigheid, verhouding, proportie, rato, belasting, nomoontohol tti nn

English → Greek - rate

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ουσ. αξία, κόστος, τιμή, βαθμός, τάξη, αναλογία
ρήμ. διατιμώ, εκτιμώ, επιπλήττω

French → Spanish - rate

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(anatomie) bazo (m)

German → Spanish - rate

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n. plazo (m), coeficiente (m)

French → German - rate

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n. milz

French → Italian - rate

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(anatomie) milza (f); splene (m)

French → Portuguese - rate

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(anatomie) baço (m)

French → Russian - rate

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n. селезенка (f)

French → Turkish - rate

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[la] dalak; dişi sıçan

German → French - rate

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n. traite (f), versement (m)

German → Italian - rate

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n. rata (f), tasso (m)

German → Russian - rate

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n. взнос (f), частичный платеж (f), норма (f), ставка (f), темп (f), интенсивность (f)

German → Turkish - rate

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i. taksit (f)

Turkish → German - rate

adj. misslungen

French → Dutch - rate

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(anatomie) milt (m/f)

German → Dutch - rate

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termijn ,adviseer ,beveel ,raad

English → Arabic - rate

Pronunciation
‏سعر العملة، قيمة، تعريفة، معدل، نسق، رسم دفع، سعر، حالة، نسبة، منسوب، فئة، ضريبة، تفشي، ضريبة البلدية، تسعيرة‏
‏قدر، إعتبر، سعر بثمن، خضعه لرسم أو ضريبة، صنف، إستحق، رتب، قوم‏

English → Chinese - rate

Pronunciation
(名) 比例, 率; 速度, 速率; 比率; 费用, 价格
(动) 对...估价; 认为; 对...评价; 列为; 被评价, 被列入等级; 受欢迎, 受推崇; 责骂, 怒斥

English → Chinese - rate

Pronunciation
(名) 比例, 率; 速度, 速率; 比率; 費用, 價格
(動) 對...估價; 認為; 對...評價; 列為; 被評價, 被列入等級; 受歡迎, 受推崇; 責罵, 怒斥

English → Hindi - rate

Pronunciation
n. प्रमाण, महसूल, दर, मूल्य, गति, वेग, अनुपात, अनुमान, गति की मात्रा, कर
v. प्रमाण स्थिर करना, विचारना, नियत करना, गाली देना, मूल्यांकन करना, मानना, मूल्य निर्धारित करना

English → Japanese - rate

Pronunciation
(動) 評価する; 見積もる; みなす; 査定する; 値する
(名) 割合; 歩合; 速度; 料金

English → Korean - rate

Pronunciation
명. 비율, 율; 가격; 속도; 세금
동. 값을 매기다, 평가하다; 등급을 매기다

English → Vietnamese - rate

Pronunciation
n. tỉ lệ số, phân suất, tốc độ, giá, thuế, hạng, sự sắp hạng, sự định giá, sự đánh giá
v. đánh giá, định giá, coi, chia loại, được coi, được xem, rầy la, quở mắng, khiển trách, ngâm cho mềm ra

German → Chinese - rate

Pronunciation
[die]分期付款。

Definition of rate

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Noun
1. The estimated worth of something; value.
2. The proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and another.
At the height of his powers, he was producing pictures at the rate of four a year.
3. Speed.
The car was speeding down here at a hell of a rate.
4. The relative speed of change or progress.
The rate of production at the factory is skyrocketing.
5. The price of (an individual) thing; cost.
He asked quite a rate to take me to the airport.
6. A set price or charge for all examples of a given case, commodity, service etc.
Postal rates here are low.
7. A wage calculated in relation to a unit of time.
We pay an hourly rate of between $10 – $15 per hour depending on qualifications and experience.
8. Any of various taxes, especially those levied by a local authority.
I hardly have enough left every month to pay the rates.
9. A class into which ships were assigned based on condition, size etc.; by extension, rank.
10. Established portion or measure; fixed allowance; ration.
11. Order; arrangement.
12. Ratification; approval.
13. The gain or loss of a timepiece in a unit of time.
Daily rate; hourly rate; etc.
Verb
14. To assign or be assigned a particular rank or level.
She is rated fourth in the country.
15. To evaluate or estimate the value of.
They rate his talents highly.
16. To consider or regard.
He rated this book brilliant.
17. To deserve; to be worth.
The view here hardly rates a mention in the travel guide.
18. To determine the limits of safe functioning for a machine or electrical device.
The transformer is rated at 10 watts.
19. To evaluate a property's value for the purposes of local taxation.
20. To like; to think highly of.
The customers don't rate the new burgers.
21. To have position (in a certain class).
She rates among the most excellent chefs in the world.
He rates as the best cyclist in the country.
22. To have value or standing.
This last performance of hers didn't rate very high with the judges.
23. To ratify.
24. To ascertain the exact rate of the gain or loss of (a chronometer) as compared with true time.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: rating
Present: rate (3.person: rates)
Past: rated
Future: will rate
Present conditional: would rate
Present Perfect: have rated (3.person: has rated)
Past Perfect: had rated
Future Perfect: will have rated
Past conditional: would have rated
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