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N-VAR 等级;地位;级别 Someone's rank is the position or grade that they have in an organization.
He eventually rose to the rank of captain...
The former head of counter-intelligence had been stripped of his rank and privileges.
N-VAR （尤指社会地位高的）阶级，地位 Someone's rank is the social class, especially the high social class, that they belong to.
Each rank of the peerage was represented...
He must be treated as a hostage of high rank, not as a common prisoner.
V-ERG 给…评级;给…评名次 If an official organization ranks someone or something 1st, 5th, or 50th, for example, they calculate that the person or thing has that position on a scale. You can also say that someone or something ranks 1st, 5th, or 50th, for example.
The report ranks the UK 20th out of 22 advanced nations...
He was at the time ranked 10th in the world and had a regular place in the Swedish Davis Cup team...
V-ERG 列为；位居 If you say that someone or something ranks high or low on a scale or if you rank them high or low, you are saying how good or important you think they are.
His prices rank high among those of other contemporary photographers...
Investors ranked South Korea high among Asian nations...
VERB 位列；名列 If you say that someone or something ranks with a group of famous people or things, you mean that they are extremely good and should be included in that group.
...a performance of heroic calibre that must rank with the most memorable in international rugby...
As a novel, Nineteen Eighty-four hardly ranks with the greats.
N-PLURAL （团体或组织的）全体成员;队伍 The ranks of a group or organization are the people who belong to it.
There were some misgivings within the ranks of the media too...
The General Assembly welcomed five new members to its ranks.
N-PLURAL 普通成员；（尤指军队的）普通士兵 The ranks are the ordinary members of an organization, especially of the armed forces.
Top military leaders say there have been reports of demoralization in the ranks...
Most store managers have worked their way up through the ranks.
N-COUNT （人或物组成的）排，列，行 A rank of people or things is a row of them.
Ranks of police in riot gear stood nervously by...
She continued to smile at the ranks of cameras on their doorstep.
N-COUNT 出租汽车候客处 A taxi rank is a place on a city street where taxis park when they are available for hire.
The man led the way to the taxi rank...
He walked towards the first taxi on the rank.
ADJ （恶劣品质等）十足的，完全的 You can use rank to emphasize a bad or undesirable quality that exists in an extreme form.
He called it 'rank hypocrisy' that the government was now promoting equal rights.
ADJ 臭气难闻的；（气味）令人恶心的 You can describe something as rank when it has a strong and unpleasant smell.
The kitchen was rank with the smell of drying uniforms.
...the rank smell of unwashed clothes.
PHRASE （队伍、组织的成员等）违反指令，抗命 If you say that a member of a group or organization breaks ranks, you mean that they disobey the instructions of their group or organization.
'Even the President's staunchest supporters have some issues where they simply must break ranks,' says Senator Lott...
Britain appears unlikely to break ranks with other members of the European Union.
PHRASE （在受到批评时）捐弃嫌隙而携手合作，抱成一团 If you say that the members of a group close ranks, you mean that they are supporting each other only because their group is being criticized.
Conservative MPs intend to put aside their differences over Europe and close ranks behind the Prime Minister...
Institutions tend to close ranks when a member has been accused of misconduct.
PHRASE 步…后尘；经历（他人）曾经历过的（尤指坏事） If you experience something, usually something bad, that other people have experienced, you can say that you have joined their ranks .
Last month, 370,000 Americans joined the ranks of the unemployed...
PHRASE 成功可能性不大的参赛者 If one of the people in a competition is described as a rank outsider, they are considered to have very little chance of winning.
The rank outsiders, Cameroon, beat the defending champions, Argentina, by one goal to nil.
PHRASE 运用职权，滥用权力（压制他人） If you say that someone in authority pulls rank, you mean that they unfairly force other people to do what they want because of their higher rank or position.
The Captain pulled rank and made his sergeant row the entire way.