the speed at which something happens or changes, or the amount or number of times it happens or changes in a particular period:

Muốn học thêm?

Nâng cao vốn từ vựng của bạn với English Vocabulary in Use từ Cambridge.

Bạn đang xem: Rate là gì

Học các từ bạn cần giao tiếp một cách tự tin.

a local tax paid in Australia, and in Britain in the past, by the owners of houses and other buildings
informal “What do you think of her as a singer?” “I don”t really rate her (= I do not think that she is very good).”
Traffic accidents are so frequent that they don”t rate a mention (= are not considered to be worth reporting) in the newspaper unless a lot of people are killed.
a measurement of the speed at which something happens or changes, or the number of times it happens or changes, within a particular period:
disapproving If you say someone or something doesn’t rate, you mean the person or thing is of poor quality or not worth consideration.
at a fast/slow/steady rate The economy grew at a slower rate in the third quarter than previously estimated.
an alarming/incredible/surprising rate The future of the channel is under threat after losing viewers and advertisers at an alarming rate.

Xem thêm: Tải Game Tiến Lên Miền Nam Zing Play Miễn Phí, Cổng Game Zingplay

cut/reduce/slow down the rate The dip in consumer spending was a key factor in slowing down the rate of growth in the economy.
unemployment/jobless rate Economists predict that the unemployment rate will continue to rise over the next 12 months.
cheap/competitive/reasonable rate The network offers the cheapest rates for mobile calls from abroad.
the amount that is charged as tax on income, interest on loans, etc., usually shown as a percentage:
a competitive/reduced/special rate Some intebanks offer personal loans at highly competitive rates.
falling/high/rising rate How much a bond fund falls in a rising rate environment depends on its duration.

Xem thêm: Nhatvip – đánh Bài Vip

The survey asked consumers to rate the elements that would most influence their purchasing decision.
to give something such as a piece of electrical equipment a number or letter that shows how powerful it is, how much electricity it uses, etc. so that consumers can compare products:





Chuyên mục: Hỏi Đáp