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rat·ing 1

 (rā′tĭng)
n.
1. A position assigned on a scale; a standing.
2.
a. A classification according to specialty or proficiency, as of a member of the armed forces.
b. Chiefly British An enlisted person in the navy.
3. An evaluation of the financial status of a business or person: a credit rating.
4. A specified performance limit, as of capacity, range, or operational capability: the power rating of a light fixture.
5. The popularity of a television or radio program as estimated by a poll of segments of the audience.

rat·ing 2

 (rā′tĭng)
n.
A harsh scolding.

rating

(ˈreɪtɪŋ)
n
1. a classification according to order or grade; ranking
2. (Nautical Terms) (in certain navies) a sailor who holds neither commissioned nor warrant rank; an ordinary seaman
3. (Sailing) sailing a handicap assigned to a racing boat based on its dimensions, sail area, weight, draught, etc
4. (Banking & Finance) the estimated financial or credit standing of a business enterprise or individual
5. (Broadcasting) radio television a figure based on statistical sampling indicating what proportion of the total listening and viewing audience tune in to a specific programme or network

rating

(ˈreɪtɪŋ)
n
a sharp scolding or rebuke

rat•ing

(ˈreɪ tɪŋ)

n.
1. classification according to grade or rank, as in the armed forces.
2. the estimated credit standing of a person or firm.
3. a percentage indicating the number of listeners to or viewers of a radio or television broadcast.
4. a designated operating limit for a machine, based on specified conditions.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rating - an appraisal of the value of somethingrating - an appraisal of the value of something; "he set a high valuation on friendship"
appraisal, assessment - the classification of someone or something with respect to its worth
overvaluation - too high a value or price assigned to something
undervaluation - too low a value or price assigned to something
pricing - the evaluation of something in terms of its price
reevaluation - the evaluation of something a second time (or more)
mark, score, grade - a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance); "she made good marks in algebra"; "grade A milk"; "what was your score on your homework?"
bond rating - an evaluation by a rating company of the probability that a particular bond issue will default; "the bonds of highest quality are said to have bond ratings of AAA"
2.rating - act of ascertaining or fixing the value or worth ofrating - act of ascertaining or fixing the value or worth of
judgment, assessment, judgement - the act of judging or assessing a person or situation or event; "they criticized my judgment of the contestants"
scoring, grading, marking - evaluation of performance by assigning a grade or score; "what he disliked about teaching was all the grading he had to do"
3.rating - standing or position on a scale
standing - social or financial or professional status or reputation; "of equal standing"; "a member in good standing"
4.rating - rank in a military organizationrating - rank in a military organization  
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
rank - relative status; "his salary was determined by his rank and seniority"
flag rank - the rank of a flag officer

rating

noun position, ranking, evaluation, classification, placing, rate, order, standing, class, degree, estimate, rank, status, grade, designation a value-for-money rating of ten out of ten
Translations
بَحّار عاديتَصْنيف، تَقْدير الرُّتْبَه
ohlasprostý námořník
bedømmelsemenig marinerseertal
luokitus
rejting
minősítésnézettségtengerészközlegény
óbreyttur sjóliîivinsældir samkvæmt könnun
ohlasprostý námorník
erreytingseyredilme oranı

rating

1 [ˈreɪtɪŋ] N
1. (= ranking) Labour's ratings in the polls are highlas encuestas demuestran que el partido laborista goza de un alto nivel de popularidad
each wine was given a rating out of tencada vino recibió una puntuación del uno al diez
jobs which have a low rating on the social scalelos trabajos que ocupan una posición baja en la escala social
see also credit C
see also poll D
2. ratings (TV, Rad) → índice msing de audiencia
ratings war guerra por alcanzar el mayor índice de audiencia
3. (= act of valuing) → tasación f, valuación f
4. (Brit) (Naut) (= sailor) → marinero m; (class) [of ship] → clase f
a naval ratingun marinero
see also octane

rating

2 [ˈreɪtɪŋ] Nreprensión f

rating

[ˈreɪtɪŋ]
n
(= ranking) → note f
to be given a top rating → se voir décerner la note maximale
to be given a high rating → se voir décerner une note élevée
to be given a low rating → se voir décerner une mauvaise note
two-star rating (for hotel, resort)classement m deux étoiles
approval rating → cote f de popularité
opinion poll rating → cote f dans les sondages
popularity rating → cote f de popularité
[film] → classification f
to get an R rating
The film got an R rating → Le film a été interdit aux moins de 17 ans.
(NAUTICAL, NAVAL) (British) (= sailor) → matelot m ratings
npl (RADIO, TV)audimat® m, indice m d'écouteratings war nguerre f de l'audimat

rating

1
n
(= assessment)(Ein)schätzung f; (Brit, of house) → Veranlagung f; what’s your rating of his abilities?wie schätzen Sie seine Fähigkeiten ein?
(= class, category, Sport: of yacht, car) → Klasse f; (Fin: also credit rating) → Kreditfähigkeit f; (Elec) → Leistung f; (of petrol: also octane rating) → Oktanzahl f; what’s his rating?wie wird er eingestuft?; he has attained world-class ratinger hat Weltklasse(format) erreicht; the popularity rating of a TV programmedie Zuschauerzahlen eines Fernsehprogramms; the government’s low rating in the opinion pollsdie niedrigen Werte der Regierung in den Meinungsumfragen; security ratingSicherheitseinstufung f; voltage ratingGrenzspannung f; high/low ratings (TV) → hohe/niedrige Werte pl; to boost ratings (TV) → die Werte stark verbessern; the ratings war/battle (TV) → der Krieg/Kampf um die Einschaltquoten; ratings hit (TV) → Quotenhit m
(Naut) (= rank)Rang m; (= sailor)Matrose m

rating

2
n (= scolding)Schelte f

rating

[ˈreɪtɪŋ] n
a. (assessment) → valutazione f
their popularity rating is at an all-time low → la loro popolarità ha raggiunto i minimi storici
b. (Naut) → marinaio semplice

rate

(reit) noun
1. the number of occasions within a given period of time when something happens or is done. a high (monthly) accident rate in a factory.
2. the number or amount of something (in relation to something else); a ratio. There was a failure rate of one pupil in ten in the exam.
3. the speed with which something happens or is done. He works at a tremendous rate; the rate of increase/expansion.
4. the level (of pay), cost etc (of or for something). What is the rate of pay for this job?
5. (usually in plural) a tax, especially, in United Kingdom, paid by house-owners etc to help with the running of their town etc.
verb
to estimate or be estimated, with regard to worth, merit, value etc. I don't rate this book very highly; He doesn't rate very highly as a dramatist in my estimation.
ˈrating noun
1. (usually in plural) the position of importance, popularity etc (of a person, thing etc). This television programme has had some very bad ratings recently.
2. an ordinary sailor, as opposed to an officer.
at this/that rate
if this or if that is the case; if this or if that continues. He says that he isn't sure whether we'll be allowed to finish, but at that rate we might as well not start.
rate of exchange
the relative values of the currencies of two or more countries. I want to change some dollars into francs – what is the rate of exchange?

rating

n. evaluación; clasificación, determinación.
References in classic literature ?
Now ye know what manner of man I am, brother Jones," said the smith, with a fine and friendly conde- scension, "and doubtless ye would look to find me a man jealous of his due of respect and but sparing of outgo to strangers till their rating and quality be assured, but trouble yourself not, as concerning that; wit ye well ye shall find me a man that regardeth not these matters but is willing to receive any he as his fellow and equal that carrieth a right heart in his body, be his worldly estate howsoever modest.
Linton, at least, was scolding with renewed vigour; Heathcliff had moved to the window, and hung his head, somewhat cowed by her violent rating apparently.
More than once, when I went there early, I had audience of him in a turn-up bedstead, with a cut in his forehead or a black eye, bearing witness to his excesses over-night (I am afraid he was quarrelsome in his drink), and he, with a shaking hand, endeavouring to find the needful shillings in one or other of the pockets of his clothes, which lay upon the floor, while his wife, with a baby in her arms and her shoes down at heel, never left off rating him.
I have not means to secure the good-will of a Christian beggar, were he rating it at a single penny.
Many and great were the attentions shown to Don Quixote by the newly married couple, who felt themselves under an obligation to him for coming forward in defence of their cause; and they exalted his wisdom to the same level with his courage, rating him as a Cid in arms, and a Cicero in eloquence.
I am sure his sisters, rating him as they do, must have thought it so, supposing he had meant nothing.
Comcomly was extravagant in his terms; rating the charms of his daughter at the highest price, and indeed she is represented as having one of the flattest and most aristocratical heads in the tribe.
As for his dejection, I certainly did not hear his laugh ringing from the vestry as usual, nor his voice loud in hilarious discourse; though I did hear it uplifted in rating the sexton in a manner that made the congregation stare; and, in his transits to and from the pulpit and the communion-table, there was more of solemn pomp, and less of that irreverent, self-confident, or rather self-delighted imperiousness with which he usually swept along--that air that seemed to say, 'You all reverence and adore me, I know; but if anyone does not, I defy him to the teeth
On board the steamer, which happened to be the Cockspur, Daughtry persuaded the captain to enter Kwaque on the ship's articles as steward's helper with a rating of ten shillings a month.
Charley began to be spoken of as the "olda woman," and I received my rating as the "pee-wee kid.
However, the victim had saved his form for that occasion, for the Doctor turned to the top bench, and put on the best boys for the rest of the hour and though, at the end of the lesson, he gave them all such a rating as they did not forget, this terrible field-day passed over without any severe visitations in the shape of punishments or floggings.
It is beyond price, which you will acknowledge is a terrific overrating, but which I cannot help, for it is the life that is in me that makes the rating.