Pronunciation of Rate
/ɹˈe͡ɪt/, /ɹˈeɪt/, /ɹ_ˈeɪ_t/
Synonyms for rate:
endow with, deserving, price index, deservedly, purchase price, seem, boast, list price, opportunity cost, haste, indirect cost, undeserved, poundage, tuition, Cost Benefit Analysis, deserved, carrying charge, PG, market price, bristle with, well-earned, X-certificate, cost price, possess, variable cost, flat rate, cost-plus, sliding scale, speed, outgoings, unit cost, upkeep, thrice, sticker price, fee, asking price, prime cost, celerity, ooze, savor of, the cost-of-living index, the consumer price index, partake of, standing charge, cost of entry, top dollar, the cost of living, selling price, storage, cpi, progress, WPI, spot price, the retail price index, price point, burden, exude, operating costs, credit with, grow in, ransom, fixed cost, wholesale price index, cost cutting, surcharge, velocity, reserve, market value, price tag.
Other synonyms and related words:
brand, X-rated, possess, deserving, come in, well-earned, station, proportion, irregular, develop, irregularity, number, win, invest, position, long, length, hold, caliber, yard, surcharge, assume, site, prescribe, respect, set out, lambaste, ordinate, pasture, jog, overhead, dictate, run, get, browse, chastise, PG, baste, merit, offer, wear, bear, regularise, govern, seem, earn, identify, wander, footstep, admission, ramble, burden, treasure, cost-plus, graze, stride, deserve, post, pace, tread, sprint, come out, prize, lay out, reserve, fee, regularize, roll, chew out, castigate, exude, market value, term, appreciate, gallop, point, deserved, flay, step, localise, peg, aim, target, thrice, momentum, represent, upbraid, tongue-lash, send, set up, be, ratio, percentage, command, tell, swan, tend, say, gait, subscription, dress down, bill, pose, hammer, prise, upkeep, stray, G, basis, U, vagabond, mark, shortlist, distribute, trot, direct, locate, undeserved, roam, set down, berate, enjoin, localize, esteem, rove, straddle, quote, ordain, X, drift, bawl out, R, much, price tag, downgrade, rates, valuate, rating, outgoings, gain, temporal, lay, put, lecture, keep, designate, have.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
rating, R, G, PG.
fee charged for service, privilege, goods (noun)
ratio, proportion (noun)
speed, pace (noun)
unit of measurement (noun)
be entitled to (verb)
figure, quantify, estimate, account, enumerate, conclude, add, presume, scheme, count, value, tally, consider, plot, quantize, guess, plan, triangulate, program, study, deduce, schedule, suppose, calculate, measure, approximate, total, systematize, think, surmise, reckon, compute, judge, gauge, infer, multiply, appraise, weigh, score, divide, assess, sum, determine, rationalize, evaluate, rank.
judge, classify (verb)
categorize, Methodize, design, harmonize, integrate, right, sort, devise, stabilize, unsnarl, group, adjust, shape, set, type, classify, normalize, unify, array, cast, marshal, pigeonhole, separate, regulate, organize, settle, maintain, subordinate, prepare, control, screen, establish, class, orchestrate, schematize, place, order, arrange, mediate, sift, balance, frame, grade, compose, support, form, fix, chart, stratify, collate, structure.
Usage examples for rate:
- At any rate, you may take your father's- I mean my brother's- word for it. - "Hector's Inheritance or The Boys of Smith Institute", Horatio Alger.
- " I've been busy looking it up, and as far as I can see it looks first- rate. - "Loaded Dice", Ellery H. Clark.
- He had been doing first rate; still, he must keep it up. - "Tales of the Road", Charles N. Crewdson.