- For Teachers
Would you be kind enough to check out the plausibility of the following sentences?
He drove at the rate of 60 miles an hour.
The most rapid rate of a box-wagon is about thirty miles per hour.
rate = a quantity measured with respect to another measured quantity
She borrowed money at a high interest rate.
interest rate = the percentage of a sum of money charged for its use
Here is a list of several rates for different kinds of risk.
rate = the amounts charged by an insurer for different kinds of risk
We enclose a list of our rates for supplying building mateials.
The rate of pay for a fitter is &2 per hour.
rate = the of a unit of a commodity or service
That player is rated among the very best.
This wine rates as excellent.
She is rated as one of the best tennis players in the country.
Why should you rate yourself above this job?
She was rated an excellent pianist.
He rates as the finest teacher we have.
rate = to be ranked; to rank; grade
What do you rate his fortune at?
rate = estimate
This wine rates with the very best.
rate = to compare
She really rates with them.
rate = to enjoy a favored status
This restaurant is rated very highly.
rate = to place in a particular rank or grade
Their flat is rated at eight hundred pounds this year.
rate = to assess for tax purposes; to value for purposes of taxation
On a scale of one to ten we would rate this restaurant eight.
This fuse is rated at 50 amperes.
rate = to specify the performance limits of (a machine, for example)
He began to rate them soundly for their ingratitude.
She has rated at her child all day long.
rate = chide, scold
We have to abstain from buying at a high rate.
rate = course of exchange
They like to live at a high rate.
If you go on at that rate you will injure your health
At that rate we shan't get any dinner today.
He ought to be dismissed at that rate.
at that rate = in such a case; if such is the case, then
He has improved somewhat, in manners at any rate.
at any rate = whatever the case may be;
Thank you for your efforts.