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N-COUNT 速度；速率 The rate at which something happens is the speed with which it happens.
The rate at which hair grows can be agonisingly slow...
The world's tropical forests are disappearing at an even faster rate than experts had thought.
N-COUNT 比率;频率 The rate at which something happens is the number of times it happens over a period of time.
New diet books appear at a rate of nearly one a week...
His heart rate was 30 beats per minute slower...
N-COUNT 价格;费用 A rate is the amount of money that is charged for goods or services.
Calls cost 36p per minute cheap rate and 48p at all other times.
...specially reduced rates for travellers using Gatwick Airport...
N-COUNT 税率；利率 The rate of taxation or interest is the amount of tax or interest that needs to be paid. It is expressed as a percentage of the amount that is earned, gained as profit, or borrowed.
The government insisted that it would not be panicked into interest rate cuts.
N-PLURAL （英国）地方税，不动产税，房地产税 In Britain, the rates were a local tax which you paid if you owned property or if you rented property without furniture.
Soldiers were exempt from paying rates...
The new council tax combines elements of both the community charge and the rates.
V-ERG 评价;评级;评定 If you rate someone or something as good or bad, you consider them to be good or bad. You can also say that someone or something rates as good or bad.
Of all the men in the survey, they rate themselves the least fun-loving and the most responsible...
The film was rated excellent by 90 per cent of children...
VERB 看好；瞧得上 If you rate someone or something, you think that they are good.
It's flattering to know that other clubs have shown interest and seem to rate me...
Its artistic value failed to move Paddy Clegg. 'I don't know what all the fuss is about. I didn't rate it at all,' he said.
V-PASSIVE 把…评为;把…认定为;把…列为 If someone or something is rated at a particular position or rank, they are calculated or considered to be in that position on a list.
He is generally rated Italy's No. 3 industrialist...
He came here rated 100th on the tennis computer.
VERB 值得;应该得到 If you say that someone or something rates a particular reaction, you mean that this is the reaction you consider to be appropriate.
This is so extraordinary, it rates a medal and a phone call from the President...
In those crowded streets her attire did not rate a second glance.
PHRASE 至少 You use at any rate to indicate that what you have just said might be incorrect or unclear in some way, and that you are now being more precise.
She modestly suggests that 'sex, or at any rate gender, may account for the difference'...
He is the least appealing character, to me at any rate.
PHRASE 不管怎样，无论如何（表示现在所说的话更为重要、而非之前所言） You use at any rate to indicate that the important thing is what you are saying now, and not what was said before.
At any rate, Pankin said that relations between the two nations will be restored before the conference...
Well, at any rate, let me thank you for all you did.
PHRASE 这样下去；长此以往；如此一来 If you say that at this rate something bad or extreme will happen, you mean that it will happen if things continue to develop as they have been doing.
At this rate, she would be almost seven feet tall by then...
At this rate they'd be lucky to get home before eight-thirty or nine.