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rank 1

 (răngk)
n.
1.
a. A relative position in a society.
b. An official position or grade: the rank of sergeant.
c. A relative position or degree of value in a graded group.
d. High or eminent station or position: persons of rank.
2. A row, line, series, or range.
3.
a. A line of soldiers, vehicles, or equipment standing side by side in close order.
b. ranks The armed forces.
c. ranks Personnel, especially enlisted military personnel.
4. ranks A body of people classed together; numbers: joined the ranks of the unemployed.
5. Games Any of the rows of squares running crosswise to the files on a playing board in chess or checkers.
v. ranked, rank·ing, ranks
v.tr.
1. To place in a row or rows.
2. To give a particular order or position to; classify.
3. To outrank or take precedence over.
v.intr.
1. To hold a particular rank: ranked first in the class.
2. To form or stand in a row or rows.
3. Slang
a. To complain.
b. To engage in carping criticism. Often used with on: Stop ranking on me all the time.
Idiom:
pull rank
To use one's superior rank to gain an advantage.

[Middle English, line, row, from Old French ranc, renc, of Germanic origin; see sker- in Indo-European roots.]

rank 2

 (răngk)
adj. rank·er, rank·est
1. Growing profusely or with excessive vigor: rank vegetation.
2. Yielding a profuse, often excessive crop; highly fertile: rank earth.
3. Strong and offensive in odor or flavor: rank gym clothes.
4. Absolute; complete: a rank amateur; rank treachery. See Synonyms at flagrant.

[Middle English ranc, from Old English, strong, overbearing; see reg- in Indo-European roots.]

rank′ly adv.
rank′ness n.

rank

(ræŋk)
n
1. a position, esp an official one, within a social organization, esp the armed forces: the rank of captain.
2. (Sociology) high social or other standing; status
3. a line or row of people or things
4. the position of an item in any ordering or sequence
5. Brit a place where taxis wait to be hired
6. (Military) a line of soldiers drawn up abreast of each other. Compare file15
7. (Chess & Draughts) any of the eight horizontal rows of squares on a chessboard
8. (Grammar) (in systemic grammar) one of the units of description of which a grammar is composed. Ranks of English grammar are sentence, clause, group, word, and morpheme
9. (Music, other) music a set of organ pipes controlled by the same stop
10. (Mathematics) maths (of a matrix) the largest number of linearly independent rows or columns; the number of rows (or columns) of the nonzero determinant of greatest order that can be extracted from the matrix
11. (Military) break ranks military to fall out of line, esp when under attack
12. close ranks to maintain discipline or solidarity, esp in anticipation of attack
13. pull rank to get one's own way by virtue of one's superior position or rank
vb
14. (tr) to arrange (people or things) in rows or lines; range
15. to accord or be accorded a specific position in an organization, society, or group
16. (tr) to array (a set of objects) as a sequence, esp in terms of the natural arithmetic ordering of some measure of the elements: to rank students by their test scores.
17. (intr) to be important; rate: money ranks low in her order of priorities.
18. chiefly US to take precedence or surpass in rank: the colonel ranks at this camp.
[C16: from Old French ranc row, rank, of Germanic origin; compare Old High German hring circle]

rank

(ræŋk)
adj
1. (Botany) showing vigorous and profuse growth: rank weeds.
2. highly offensive or disagreeable, esp in smell or taste
3. (prenominal) complete or absolute; utter: a rank outsider.
4. coarse or vulgar; gross: his language was rank.
[Old English ranc straight, noble; related to Old Norse rakkr upright, Dutch, Swedish rank tall and thin, weak]
ˈrankly adv
ˈrankness n

Rank

n
1. (Biography) J(oseph) Arthur, 1st Baron. 1888–1972, British industrialist and film executive, whose companies dominated the British film industry in the 1940s and 1950s
2. (Biography) Otto (ˈɔto). 1884–1939, Austrian psychoanalyst, noted for his theory that the trauma of birth may be reflected in certain forms of mental illness

rank1

(ræŋk)

n.
1. a social or official position or standing, as in the armed forces: the rank of captain.
2. high position or station: a person of rank.
3. relative position or standing: a writer of the first rank.
4. a row or series of things or persons.
5. a number of persons forming a separate class, as in a social hierarchy.
6. ranks,
a. the members of an armed service apart from its officers; enlisted personnel.
b. military enlisted personnel as a group.
7. Usu., ranks. the general body of any organization apart from the officers or leaders.
8. orderly arrangement; array.
9. a line of persons, esp. soldiers, standing abreast in close-order formation (disting. from file).
10. one of the horizontal lines of squares on a chessboard.
11. a set of organ pipes of the same kind and tonal color.
12. Mining. the classification of coal according to hardness, from lignite to anthracite.
v.t.
13. to arrange in ranks or in regular formation.
14. to assign to a particular position, class, etc.: to be ranked among the experts.
15. to outrank.
v.i.
16. to form a rank or ranks.
17. to take up or occupy a place in a particular rank, class, etc.: to rank first in her class.
18. to have rank or standing.
19. to be the senior in rank.
Idioms:
break ranks,
a. to leave an assigned position in a military formation.
b. to withdraw support from one's colleagues, political party, or the like.
[1560–70; < Middle French ranc (n.), Old French renc, ranc, rang row, line]
rank′less, adj.

rank2

(ræŋk)

adj. , -er, -est.
1. growing with excessive luxuriance; vigorous and tall of growth.
2. having an offensive smell or taste: a rank cigar.
3. utter; absolute: a rank amateur.
4. highly offensive to one's moral sense; disgusting.
5. grossly coarse or vulgar: rank language.
[before 1000; Middle English; Old English ranc bold, proud; c. Old Norse rakkr straight, bold]
rank′ish, adj.
rank′ly, adv.
rank′ness, n.

Rank

 row or line, 1570; series or tier; a social group.
Examples: rank of baskets, 1693; of carriages; of criminals, 1585; of death, 1813; of geese and ganders, 1577; of nobles, 1596; of opposition, 1855; of organ pipes, 1811; of osiers, 1600; of poor, lame and impotent persons, 1597; of prejudices, 1725; of the priesthood, 1874; of soldiers, 1668; of swelling streams, 1697; of taxi-cabs; of teeth, 1590; of trees; of poetic tribe, 1781; of war, 1738; of wretched youths, 1697.

rank


Past participle: ranked
Gerund: ranking

Imperative
rank
rank
Present
I rank
you rank
he/she/it ranks
we rank
you rank
they rank
Preterite
I ranked
you ranked
he/she/it ranked
we ranked
you ranked
they ranked
Present Continuous
I am ranking
you are ranking
he/she/it is ranking
we are ranking
you are ranking
they are ranking
Present Perfect
I have ranked
you have ranked
he/she/it has ranked
we have ranked
you have ranked
they have ranked
Past Continuous
I was ranking
you were ranking
he/she/it was ranking
we were ranking
you were ranking
they were ranking
Past Perfect
I had ranked
you had ranked
he/she/it had ranked
we had ranked
you had ranked
they had ranked
Future
I will rank
you will rank
he/she/it will rank
we will rank
you will rank
they will rank
Future Perfect
I will have ranked
you will have ranked
he/she/it will have ranked
we will have ranked
you will have ranked
they will have ranked
Future Continuous
I will be ranking
you will be ranking
he/she/it will be ranking
we will be ranking
you will be ranking
they will be ranking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ranking
you have been ranking
he/she/it has been ranking
we have been ranking
you have been ranking
they have been ranking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ranking
you will have been ranking
he/she/it will have been ranking
we will have been ranking
you will have been ranking
they will have been ranking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ranking
you had been ranking
he/she/it had been ranking
we had been ranking
you had been ranking
they had been ranking
Conditional
I would rank
you would rank
he/she/it would rank
we would rank
you would rank
they would rank
Past Conditional
I would have ranked
you would have ranked
he/she/it would have ranked
we would have ranked
you would have ranked
they would have ranked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rank - a row or line of people (especially soldiers or police) standing abreast of one anotherrank - a row or line of people (especially soldiers or police) standing abreast of one another; "the entrance was guarded by ranks of policemen"
line - a formation of people or things one beside another; "the line of soldiers advanced with their bayonets fixed"; "they were arrayed in line of battle"; "the cast stood in line for the curtain call"
end man - a man at one end of a row of people
2.rank - relative status; "his salary was determined by his rank and seniority"
first, number one - the first or highest in an ordering or series; "He wanted to be the first"
second - following the first in an ordering or series; "he came in a close second"
third - following the second position in an ordering or series; "a distant third"; "he answered the first question willingly, the second reluctantly, and the third with resentment"
fourth - following the third position; number four in a countable series
fifth - position five in a countable series of things; "he was fifth out of several hundred runners"
sixth - position six in a countable series of things
seventh - position seven in a countable series of things
eighth - position eight in a countable series of things
ninth - position nine in a countable series of things; "going into the ninth they were a run ahead"
tenth - position ten in a countable series of things
eleventh - position 11 in a countable series of things
twelfth - position 12 in a countable series of things
thirteenth - position 13 in a countable series of things
fourteenth - position 14 in a countable series of things
fifteenth - position 15 in a countable series of things
sixteenth - position 16 in a countable series of things
seventeenth - position 17 in a countable series of things
eighteenth - position 18 in a countable series of things
nineteenth - position 19 in a countable series of things
twentieth - position 20 in a countable series of things
thirtieth - position 30 in a countable series of things
fortieth - position 40 in a countable series of things
fiftieth - position 50 in a countable series of things
sixtieth - position 60 in a countable series of things
seventieth - position 70 in a countable series of things
eightieth - position 80 in a countable series of things
ninetieth - position 90 in a countable series of things
hundredth - position 100 in a countable series of things
thousandth - position 1,000 in a countable series of things
millionth - position 1,000,000 in a countable series of things
billionth - position 1,000,000,000 in a countable series of things
last - the last or lowest in an ordering or series; "he was the last to leave"; "he finished an inglorious last"
status, position - the relative position or standing of things or especially persons in a society; "he had the status of a minor"; "the novel attained the status of a classic"; "atheists do not enjoy a favorable position in American life"
tier, grade, level - a relative position or degree of value in a graded group; "lumber of the highest grade"
gradation, step - relative position in a graded series; "always a step behind"; "subtle gradations in color"; "keep in step with the fashions"
second class - not the highest rank in a classification
military rank, military rating, paygrade, rating - rank in a military organization
archidiaconate - office or position of an archdeacon
baronetcy, barony - the rank or dignity or position of a baronet or baroness
dukedom - the dignity or rank or position of a duke
earldom - the dignity or rank or position of an earl or countess
kingship - the dignity or rank or position of a king
princedom - the dignity or rank or position of a prince
viscountcy, viscounty - the dignity or rank or position of a viscount or viscountess
3.rank - the ordinary members of an organization (such as the enlisted soldiers of an army); "the strike was supported by the union rank and file"; "he rose from the ranks to become a colonel"
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"
personnel, force - group of people willing to obey orders; "a public force is necessary to give security to the rights of citizens"
enlisted man - a male enlisted person in the armed forces
4.rank - position in a social hierarchy; "the British are more aware of social status than Americans are"
status, position - the relative position or standing of things or especially persons in a society; "he had the status of a minor"; "the novel attained the status of a classic"; "atheists do not enjoy a favorable position in American life"
station, place - proper or designated social situation; "he overstepped his place"; "the responsibilities of a man in his station"; "married above her station"
quality - high social status; "a man of quality"
5.rank - the body of members of an organization or grouprank - the body of members of an organization or group; "they polled their membership"; "they found dissension in their own ranks"; "he joined the ranks of the unemployed"
body - a group of persons associated by some common tie or occupation and regarded as an entity; "the whole body filed out of the auditorium"; "the student body"; "administrative body"
organization, organisation - a group of people who work together
Verb1.rank - take or have a position relative to others; "This painting ranks among the best in the Western World"
come in, come out, place - take a place in a competition; often followed by an ordinal; "Jerry came in third in the Marathon"
come - have a certain priority; "My family comes first"
be - have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun); "John is rich"; "This is not a good answer"
2.rank - assign a rank or rating to; "how would you rank these students?"; "The restaurant is rated highly in the food guide"
superordinate - place in a superior order or rank; "These two notions are superordinated to a third"
shortlist - put someone or something on a short list
seed - distribute (players or teams) so that outstanding teams or players will not meet in the early rounds
reorder - assign a new order to
subordinate - rank or order as less important or consider of less value; "Art is sometimes subordinated to Science in these schools"
prioritise, prioritize - assign a priority to; "we have too many things to do and must prioritize"
sequence - arrange in a sequence
downgrade - rate lower; lower in value or esteem
upgrade - rate higher; raise in value or esteem
pass judgment, evaluate, judge - form a critical opinion of; "I cannot judge some works of modern art"; "How do you evaluate this grant proposal?" "We shouldn't pass judgment on other people"
3.rank - take precedence or surpass others in rank
excel, surpass, stand out - distinguish oneself; "She excelled in math"
Adj.1.rank - very fertile; producing profuse growth; "rank earth"
fertile - capable of reproducing
2.rank - very offensive in smell or taste; "a rank cigar"
offensive - unpleasant or disgusting especially to the senses; "offensive odors"
3.rank - conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible; "a crying shame"; "an egregious lie"; "flagrant violation of human rights"; "a glaring error"; "gross ineptitude"; "gross injustice"; "rank treachery"
conspicuous - obvious to the eye or mind; "a tower conspicuous at a great distance"; "wore conspicuous neckties"; "made herself conspicuous by her exhibitionistic preening"
4.rank - complete and without restriction or qualificationrank - complete and without restriction or qualification; sometimes used informally as intensifiers; "absolute freedom"; "an absolute dimwit"; "a downright lie"; "out-and-out mayhem"; "an out-and-out lie"; "a rank outsider"; "many right-down vices"; "got the job through sheer persistence"; "sheer stupidity"
complete - having every necessary or normal part or component or step; "a complete meal"; "a complete wardrobe"; "a complete set of the Britannica"; "a complete set of china"; "a complete defeat"; "a complete accounting"
5.rank - growing profusely; "rank jungle vegetation"
abundant - present in great quantity; "an abundant supply of water"

rank

1
noun
1. status, level, position, grade, order, standing, sort, quality, type, station, division, degree, classification, echelon He eventually rose to the rank of captain.
2. class, dignity, caste, nobility, stratum Each rank of the peerage was respected.
3. row, line, file, column, group, range, series, formation, tier Ranks of police in riot gear stood nervously by.
verb
1. be graded, belong, be placed, be classified, be positioned, be classed, be categorized, have a status He does not even rank in the world's top ten.
2. order, class, grade, catalogue, classify, dispose, categorize Universities were ranked according to marks scored in seven areas.
3. arrange, sort, position, range, line up, locate, sequence, array, marshal, align Daffodils ranked along a crazy paving path.

rank

2

rank 1

noun
1. Positioning of one individual vis-à-vis others:
2. A division of persons or things by quality, rank, or grade:
3. A group of people or things arranged in a row:
verb
To assign to a class or classes:

rank 2

adjective
1. Growing profusely:
2. Smelling of mildew or decay:
3. Conspicuously bad or offensive:
Translations
تامرُتْبَهصَف جُنود أو تاكسيّاتصَفّطَبَقَه
hodnostřadařaditšiktřída
rækkerangrangereregnestinkende
arvoasemaolla arvoltaanrivi
rangrangiratired
algjöròjóîfélagsstaîa, stéttòrár, rammurröîstaîa
ランク付けする階級
계층위치하게 하다
galīgsierindaierindotierindotieskategorija
stuchnutý
čin
ha en platsradrang
แถวตำแหน่งอยู่ในอันดับ
dãygiữ vị trívị trí

rank

1 [ræŋk]
A. N
1. (= status) → rango m, categoría f (Mil) → grado m, rango m
a writer of the first rankun escritor de primera categoría
persons of rankgente de calidad
their ranks range from lieutenant to colonelsus graduaciones van de teniente a coronel
to attain the rank of majorser ascendido a comandante, llegar a(l grado de) comandante
to pull rankaprovecharse de tener un rango superior
2. (Mil) → fila f
the ranksla tropa
to break rank(s)romper filas
to close ranks (Mil) (fig) → cerrar filas
the rank and file (Mil) → los soldados rasos (Pol) → la base
I've joined the ranks of the unemployedsoy un parado más
to reduce sb to the ranksdegradar a algn a soldado raso
to rise from the ranksascender desde soldado raso
3. (= row) → fila f, hilera f, línea f
the ranks of poplarslas hileras de álamos
in serried ranksen filas apretadas
4. (also taxi rank) → parada f de taxis
B. VTclasificar
he's ranked third in the United Statesestá clasificado tercero en los Estados Unidos
I rank him sixthyo lo pongo en sexto lugar
where would you rank him?¿qué posición le darías?
I rank her amongyo la pongo entre ...
he was ranked as (being)se le consideraba ...
to rank A with Bigualar A y B, poner A y B en el mismo nivel
C. VI to rank fourthocupar el cuarto lugar
where does she rank?¿qué posición ocupa?
to rank above sbser superior a or sobrepasar a algn
to rank amongfigurar entre ...
to rank asequivaler a
to rank highocupar una posición privilegiada
to rank second to sbtener el segundo lugar después de algn
to rank withser igual a
D. CPD as a rank and file policeman I must saycomo policía de filas, debo decir ...

rank

2 [ræŋk] ADJ
1. (Bot) [plants] → exuberante; [garden] → muy poblado
2. (= smelly) → maloliente, apestoso
to smell rankoler mal
3. (= utter) [hypocrisy, injustice etc] → manifiesto, absoluto; [beginner, outsider] → completo, puro
that's rank nonsense!¡puras tonterías!
he's a rank liares un mentiroso redomado

rank

[ˈræŋk]
n
(= position, grade) (in organization, society)rang m
people from the upper and middle ranks of society → les personnes de rang social élevé et moyen
Each rank of the peerage was represented → Chaque rang de la noblesse était représenté.
a person of high rank → une personne de haut rang
(MILITARY, POLICE)grade m
the rank of captain → le grade de capitaine
to pull rank → faire valoir sa supériorité hiérarchique, jouer du galon
to pull rank on sb → faire valoir sa supériorité hiérarchique sur qn
(= row) → rangée f
(British) (also taxi rank) → station f de taxis
vi
(= be classed) → se classer
to rank twentieth → se classer vingtième
The British player already ranks twentieth → Le joueur britannique se classe déjà vingtième.
to rank among → compter parmi
to rank as
The island ranks as one of the poorest of the whole region → L'île compte parmi les plus pauvres de la région.
(= equal) to rank with → n'avoir rien à envier à
vt (= class) → classer
to be ranked → être classé(e)
to be ranked third
He's ranked third in the United States → Il est classé troisième aux Etats-Unis.
She is ranked third in the world → Elle est troisième au classement mondial., Elle est classée au troisième rang mondial.
I rank him sixth → Je le place sixième.
adj
[smell] → nauséabond(e)
to be rank with sth → empester qch
[hypocrisy, injustice] → flagrant(e)
to be a rank outsider [horse, person] → être un parfait outsider ranks
npl
(MILITARY) the ranks → le rang
to rise from the ranks → sortir du rang
to close ranks → serrer les rangs
to break ranks [soldiers] → rompre les rangs
(gen) the ranks [group, organization] → les rangs mpl
to join the ranks of → rejoindre les rangs de
He soon joined the ranks of the unemployed → Il a vite rejoint les rangs des chômeurs.
to work one's way up through the ranks
Most store managers worked their way up through the ranks → La plupart des directeurs de magasin sont sortis du rang.
to close ranks [party, members] → serrer les rangs
to break ranks [member of group, organization] → se désolidariser
to break ranks with sb → se désolidariser de qnrank and file n (in army)rang m; (in police force)rang m; [organization, political party] → base frank-and-file rank and file [ˌræŋkənˈfaɪl] modif
[members, workers] → de base; [backing, vote] → de la base
[soldiers, policemen] → du rang

rank

1
n
(Mil: = grade) → Rang m; officer of high rankhoher Offizier; to reach the rank of generalden Rang eines Generals erlangen ? pull
(= class, status)Stand m, → Schicht f; people of all ranksLeute plaller Stände; a person of rankeine hochgestellte Persönlichkeit; a singer of the first rankein erstklassiger Sänger
(= row)Reihe f; (Brit: = taxi rank) → Taxistand m; the taxi at the head of the rankdas erste Taxi in der Reihe
(Mil: = formation) → Glied nt; to break rank(s)aus dem Glied treten; to keep rank(s)in Reih und Glied stehen; to serve in the ranksgemeiner Soldat sein; the ranks, other ranks (Brit) → die Mannschaften und die Unteroffiziere; the rank and file (Mil) → die Mannschaft; the rank and file of the party/uniondie Basis der Partei/Gewerkschaft, die einfachen Partei-/Gewerkschaftsmitglieder; the rank and file workersdie einfachen Arbeiter; to rise from the ranksaus dem Mannschaftsstand zum Offizier aufsteigen; (fig)sich hocharbeiten; to reduce somebody to the ranksjdn degradieren ? close2
(Mus) → Register nt
vt (= class, consider) to rank somebody among the bestjdn zu den Besten zählen; where would you rank Napoleon among the world’s statesmen?wie würden Sie Napoleon als Staatsmann einordnen or einstufen?
vi to rank amongzählen zu; to rank above/below somebodybedeutender/weniger bedeutend als jd sein; (athlete)leistungsmäßig über/unter jdm liegen; (officer)rangmäßig über/unter jdm stehen; to rank high among the world’s statesmeneiner der großen Staatsmänner sein; he ranks high among her friendser hat eine Sonderstellung unter ihren Freunden; it ranks with the best films of the decadees zählt zu den besten Filmen des Jahrzehnts; he ranks as a great composerer gilt als großer Komponist; to rank 6thden 6. Rang or Platz belegen

rank

2
adj (+er)
plantsüppig; grassverwildert; rank with weedsvon Unkraut überwuchert; to grow rankwuchern
(= offensive) smellübel; dustbin, drainstinkend attr; fatranzig; personderb, vulgär; to be rank (dustbin, drains) → stinken; (breath) → stinken, übel riechend sein
attr (= utter) disgracewahr; injusticeschreiend; nonsense, insolencerein; outsider, amateurrichtig, absolut, ausgesprochen

rank

1 [ræŋk]
1. n
a. (row) → fila
taxi rank → posteggio di taxi
b. (status, also) (Mil) → grado
people of all ranks → gente fsg di tutti i ceti
c. (Mil) the ranksla truppa
he rose from the ranks → è venuto dalla gavetta
to close ranks (Mil) → serrare le righe (fig) → serrare i ranghi
to break rank(s) → rompere le righe
I've joined the ranks of the unemployed → mi sono aggiunto alla massa dei disoccupati
d. (Math) → posizione f
2. vtconsiderare, ritenere
I rank him 6th → gli dò il sesto posto, lo metto al sesto posto
3. vi to rank 4thessere quarto/a, essere al quarto posto
to rank above sb → essere superiore a qn (Mil) → essere superiore in grado a qn
he ranks among the best → è uno dei migliori

rank

2 [ræŋk] adj
a. (hypocrisy, injustice) → bello/a e buono/a, vero/a e proprio/a; (traitor) → sporco/a
b. (smell) → puzzolente, fetido/a; (fats) → rancido/a
c. (frm) (plants) → troppo rigoglioso/a
rank outsider → outsider m/f inv

rank1

(rӕŋk) noun
1. a line or row (especially of soldiers or taxis). The officer ordered the front rank to fire.
2. (in the army, navy etc) a person's position of importance. He was promoted to the rank of sergeant/colonel.
3. a social class. the lower social ranks.
verb
to have, or give, a place in a group, according to importance. I would rank him among our greatest writers; Apes rank above dogs in intelligence.
the rank and file
1. ordinary people.
2. ordinary soldiers, not officers.

rank2

(rӕŋk) adjective
1. complete; absolute. rank stupidity; The race was won by a rank outsider.
2. unpleasantly stale and strong. a rank smell of tobacco.
ˈrankness noun

rank

صَفّ, مَكَانَة, يَحْتَلُّ مَكَانَة hodnost, řada, řadit (se) række, rang, rangere Rang, Reihe, zählen zu ιεραρχικός βαθμός, σειρά, ταξινομώ estar clasificado, fila, rango arvoasema, olla arvoltaan, rivi classer, rang, rangée rang, rangirati, red classificare, rango, riga ランク付けする, 列, 階級 계층, 열, 위치하게 하다 positie bekleden, rang, rij rang, rangere, rekke ranga, szereg, zaliczać się figurar, fileira, posição ранг, располагать в ряд, шеренга ha en plats, rad, rang แถว, ตำแหน่ง, อยู่ในอันดับ rütbe, sıra, sıralamak dãy, giữ vị trí, vị trí 排列, 等级, 行列
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He had distinguished himself even, before his exploits at Sadowa and Gravelotte; in fact, he rose from the ranks, which is very unusual even in the smallest of the German.