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To make a judgment about the quality, ability, or value of (someone or something) often used as (be) rated see also overrate underrate.
On a scale of 1 to 5, I’d rate the book at/a 4.
Judges rated each song according to a number of criteria.
The school is rated above average.
The highest rated [=ranking] radio show
To be judged as having a particular level of quality, ability, or value .
The car rates as one of the best on the market. [=the car is one of the best on the market]
The movie rates among the worst ever.
The shoes rate high as far as comfort goes, but they’re not very stylish.
To consider something or someone to be (something) .
The boat is just large enough to be rated a ship.
Based on recent polls, the policy should be rated a failure.
To officially state that a movie, video game, etc., is appropriate for a specific audience usually used as (be) rated .
The movie is rated G for general audiences.
To state the normal power or limit of (a machine, engine, etc.) usually used as (be) rated usually + at .
The submarine is rated to withstand tons of pressure.
The engine is rated at 500 horsepower.
An outlet rated at 15 amps
To deserve (something) because of being important, good, etc. .
The new museum rates a visit. [=the new museum is worth visiting]
I don’t understand why the ceremony didn’t even rate [=merit] a mention in the newspaper. [=I don’t understand why the ceremony wasn’t mentioned in the newspaper]
To be liked by someone and get special treatment or privileges usually + with .
He really rates with the boss. [=the boss really likes him]
To think of (someone or something) as being good or of a high quality :like .
I don’t rate their chances (of winning).
They didn’t rate him as a player.
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