Rate Definition

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1. .. raised benchmark lending rates and bank reserve requirements. 1
2. .. regarding training implementation status, training activity, attendance rate, training assessment result. 1
3. 'We expect the headline inflation rate to ease to below 2% by March end as prices of manufactured products continue to soften,' said Manoranjan Sharma, chief economist at Canara Bank. 1
4. " Crash Program" pours money into technological development and environmental regulations that speed decoupling beyond its business-as-usual rate. 1
5. " They're all second - raters , black sheep, rascals. 1
6. " What would you rate the engine at? " " About 12 horse power. " 1
7. "(The Fed) will not be averse to keeping interest rates low for an extended period," which would hurt the dollar, he added. 1
8. "America"wasn't at war with communism. Idealistic democracy was. At any rate, the"red scare" is over, and for good reason. 1
9. "As long as interest rate differentials continue to move sideways, to even move to the benefit of the dollar, that could help support the dollar," said Upadhyaya. 1
10. "As markets revive, fear of inflation will drive up interest rates, which will choke off recovery," he said. 1
11. "At any rate, " he said to himself, "I can sell this to a coppersmith and get some money for it. 1
12. "At this rate, it will take us a thousand years to record all of Earth's biodiversity, which is probably between 15 and 30 million species" said Boeuf. 1
13. "Australia, with a low population density and relatively low crime rates, continues to supply some of the world's most liveable cities, " report editor Jon Copestake said in a statement. 1
14. "Bernanke recognized that such a policy could unmoor long-term inflation expectations, creating a deleterious rise in long-term interest rates," said McCulley. 1
15. "Combined 2004 to 2006 data show that rates of past year major depressive episode among youths aged 12 to 17 generally increased with increasing age," the researchers wrote. 1
16. "Do not work to pressurise us on the renminbi rate, " Mr Wen said, departing from prepared remarks. 1
17. "Heart rates of between 105 and 134" beats per minute, Carey said, represent the fat-burning zone. 1
18. "HIBOR" means, in relation to any period and any sum, the rate per annum determined by the Agent to be. 1
19. "Hotels don't want their rates published, " Diener said. "Occupancy is weak across the board, but hotels don't want to lower their price across all distribution channels. 1
20. "I think the RRR rise this time aims mainly at curbing inflation ...The move is likely to delay the next interest rate rise to the end of this month or the beginning of next month, " Du said. 1
21. "If future autumn warming occurs at a faster rate than in spring, the ability of northern ecosystems to sequester carbon may be diminished earlier than previously suggested, " write the scientists. 1
22. "It's a major shortcoming, " Thorpe said about the lack of care coordination that can lead to higher hospital readmission rates and other costly interventions for undertreated illnesses. 1
23. "It's still not clear that selective interference gives a strong enough individual advantage to maintain high rates of sex and recombination, " says Barton. 1
24. "Make yourself available for a learning opportunity, at a cut rate to the employer, " says Lauren Milligan, founder of consulting firm ResuMAYDAY. 1
25. "Mia and the Migoo" is rated PG (Parental guidance suggested flame-thrower violence and apocalyptic devastation. 1
26. "Mia and the Migoo" is rated PG (Parental guidance suggested, flame-thrower violence and apocalyptic devastation. 1
27. "Mia and the Migoo" is rated PG (Parental guidance suggested). A tunnel collapse imperiling a parent, flame-thrower violence and apocalyptic devastation. 1
28. "Most female candidates fare relatively better when we ask people to rate the faces, but then generally underperform their male counterparts in actual elections," Lenz notes. 1
29. "Over time, more exchange rate flexibility can enable China to have a monetary policy independent from US cyclical conditions, which is increasingly necessary," the report said. 1
30. "Overall, this is as clear a signal as we could have expected that the MPC is braced to cut Bank rate soon and in size, " Walker said. 1




rates (plural noun)

  - a measure, quantity, or frequency, typically one measured against some other quantity or measure.

  - a fixed price paid or charged for something, especially goods or services.


rates (third person present) · rated (past tense) · rated (past participle) · rating (present participle)

  - assign a standard or value to (something) according to a particular scale.

  - consider to be of a certain quality, standard, or rank.


rates (third person present) · rated (past tense) · rated (past participle) · rating (present participle)

  - scold (someone) angrily.


  - variant spelling of ret.


  - soak (flax or hemp) in water to soften it and separate the fibers.


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