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rank·ing

 (răng′kĭng)
adj.
Of the highest rank; preeminent.
n.
1. rankings A listing of items in a group, such as schools or sports teams, according to a system of rating or a record of performance.
2. A position in such a list.

ranking

(ˈræŋkɪŋ)
adj
1. chiefly US and Canadian prominent; high-ranking
2. slang Caribbean possessed of style; fashionable; exciting
n
a position on a scale; rating: a ranking in a tennis tournament.

rank•ing

(ˈræŋ kɪŋ)

adj.
senior or superior in rank, position, etc.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ranking - position on a scale in relation to others in a sport
standing - social or financial or professional status or reputation; "of equal standing"; "a member in good standing"
Adj.1.ranking - having a higher rank; "superior officer"
senior - older; higher in rank; longer in length of tenure or service; "senior officer"
Translations

ranking

[ˈræŋkɪŋ]
A. ADJ (esp US) → superior
B. N
1.ránking m (Mil) → graduación f
2. rankings (Sport) → clasificación fsing, ránking msing

ranking

[ˈræŋkɪŋ]
n [player, team] → classement m rankings
npl
the rankings [best players] → le classement
Goellner has shot up the rankings → Goellner a connu une ascension fulgurante au classement.
in the world rankings → au classement mondial
(mainly US) adj (= most senior) [officer, diplomat] → responsable

ranking

[ˈræŋkɪŋ]
1. nposizione f, posto (in classifica)
he holds the number two ranking → è in secondo posizione, è al secondo posto
2. adj (Am) ranking officerufficiale di grado più elevato
References in classic literature ?
sometimes bondsmen, but always ranking above an ordinary
Neither I, nor any with whom I have conversed about the crocodile, have ever seen him weep, and therefore I take the liberty of ranking all that hath been told us of his tears amongst the fables which are only proper to amuse children.
At all events, such was the universal practice of the country and the times; and Judge Temple, so far from ranking among the lowest of his judicial contemporaries in the courts of the new counties, felt himself, and was unanimously acknowledged to be, among the first.