Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Rate"

The meaning of "Rate" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Just wanted you to rate me to be honest mean?
A: Cho bạn ấy một số từ một đến 10 thật lòng. For their looks or personality usually ^-^
Q: What does rate mean?
A: Taxa😉
Q: What does at this rate I think my fate's been sealed mean?
A: They feel that there is nothing they can do now that will change the outcome of something that is going to happen.
Q: What does i have 1 fat rate. mean?
A: I've never heard of someone having one fat rate before.

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Q: What does at any rate mean?
A: In any case, anyway, whatever happens, in any event, etc.

Example sentences using "Rate"

Q: Please show me example sentences with At the same rate
A: You can get better computers that go at the same rate. (Same rate meaning the same price.) He was going at the same rate as her. (Meaning speed)
Q: Please show me example sentences with rate .
A: Rate pode implica os seguintes :

1. To rate something - considerar algo

2. To rate someone highly - valorizar algo

3. At any rate - de qualquer modo

4. To rate as - considerar

5. Exchange rate - taxa de câmbio

7. Rate of return - taxa de retorno

8. Rate of growth - taxa de crescimento
Q: Please show me example sentences with at what rate.
A: At what rate are the icebergs melting?
Do you know at what rate a sumo wrestler can eat sushi?
At what rate of speed will a car fall apart?
Q: Please show me example sentences with at the rate of.
A: Mary's plant continued to grow at the rate of one inch per day
Q: Please show me example sentences with at any rate.
A: This phrase is used to restate your original point if you think that someone has made a comment that is irrelevant to the situation.
For example:
"At any rate, we are still lost" or you could phrase it the other way round "We are still lost, at any rate" i.e "What you have just said does not change the fact that we are lost".

Synonyms of "Rate" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between rate and ratio and proportion ?
A: Rate: speed at which something happens
Ratio: comparison if two things. More mathematical
Proportion: can mean size(more advanced) and also close to ratio in meaning
Q: What is the difference between rate and ratio ?
A: "The ratio of apples to bananas in the crate was 2:1."
(For every 2 apples, there was one banana.)
Ratios show the amount of one thing to another.

"The death rate of the disease was over 20%!"
(The chance of dying from this disease was over 20%.)
Rates show change, increase, or decrease of something.

Hope this helps you~!
Q: What is the difference between rate and ratio ?
A: A rate describes the relationship between an dependent (not directly controllable) quantity and one or more independent quantities. It is common for the variable quantity to be a measure of time (as in meters per second or revolutions per minute), but not required. For instance, one might measure the rate of food costs in dollars per man-meal. If you increase the number of meals or the number of people at each meal, the food cost will rise proportionately, but we cannot control the food cost itself—it depends on those other quantities. You can think of the rate as the slope/gradient of the graph plotting those quantities against one another (with the dependent variable on the vertical axis as is traditional). Basically, if you use the word “per” to describe the units of the combined quantity, it's a rate.

A ratio is used to show the relationships between quantities any of which can be varied independently. For instance, I could say that 12 lbs. of malt, 2 oz. hops, 1 pkg. yeast and 6 gal. water make 1 keg of lager, for a ratio of 12:2:1:6:1. If I want to vary any of these quantities—use more hops, use less major, make a smaller batch, etc. I can do so as long as I vary the other quantities to keep them all in this same ratio. The colons used to write a ratio are usually pronounced “to”.
Q: What is the difference between rate and price ?
A: Price is the cost
Rate is the price of a service per hour ($100/hour)
Q: What is the difference between at any rate and anyway ?
A: At any rate: It usually means something is bound to happen if things continue as is

Anyway: Usually diverts away from something

Examples: At any rate she'll lose her job if she continues being late.

At this rate I'll never get a passing grade.

Anyway, did you read that book I let you borrow?

Anyways, let's go eat.

Translations of "Rate"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 'rate my service' or 'rate for my service' which one is correct?
A: rate my service
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does it mean? "At any rate"
A: It’s usually used as a transitional phrase. It is similar to however.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? please rate my accent and pronunciation, please tell me if a have american or no-american accent
A: thank u!!!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rate
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? With the low rate of encrypt, there is the lack of personal security
A: with low encryption rates there is a lack of personal security

Other questions about "Rate"

Q: rate my look on the scale of 10 to one
rate my look 10 to one

which one is more natural?
A: I would probably say on a scale of one to ten, how do I look?
Q: What do you rate your new room on a scale of one to five? Does this sound natural?
A: How do you rate your new room on a scale of one to five?
Q: They are disappearing at a terrifyiting rate and people aren't doing enough to save them. Does this sound natural?
A: Your question sounded natural but you misspelled 'terrifying' which was probably a typo.
Q: Can you rate my speech as poor, fair, average, good or very good? Does this sound natural?
A: You can use either "rate" or "evaluate" in your sentence. In this case, they have the same meaning.
Q: What does "at any rate" mean?
A: It's the same as "anyway". Like "what I said before isn't important, what's important is..."

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