RATE antonym

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  • S: (v) rate rank, range, order, grade, place (assign a rank or rating to), how would you rank these students?, The restaurant is rated highly in the food guide
  • S: (v) rate (be worthy of or have a certain rating), This bond rates highly
  • S: (v) rate value (estimate the value of), How would you rate his chances to become President?, Gold was rated highly among the Romans
  • S: (n) rate (a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit), they traveled at a rate of 55 miles per hour, the rate of change was faster than expected
  • S: (n) rate charge_per_unit (amount of a charge or payment relative to some basis), a 10-minute phone call at that rate would cost $5
  • S: (n) pace, rate (the relative speed of progress or change), he lived at a fast pace, he works at a great rate, the pace of events accelerated
  • S: (n) rate (a quantity or amount or measure considered as a proportion of another quantity or amount or measure), the literacy rate, the retention rate, the dropout rate
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