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

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a local tax paid in Australia, và in Britain in the past, by the owners of houses & other buildings
informal "What bởi 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 lớn 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 unique 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 và advertisers at an alarming rate.
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 lớn rise over the next 12 months.
cheap/competitive/reasonable rate The network offers the cheapest rates for thiết bị di động 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 mạng internet banks 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.

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The survey asked consumers lớn 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:
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