fourth-rate

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fourth-rate

adj
censorious of very low quality, value, or rank
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fourth-rate

[ˈfɔːθˈreɪt] ADJde cuarta categoría
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Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) is considering suspending the implementation of Manila Water Company, Inc.'s pending rate increase under the fourth rate rebasing.
The strong action from the BSP is the fourth rate hike for the year, and the second consecutive 50-basis-point hike for 2018.
The median dot already indicates a fourth rate increase this year, and given the strength in the economy and the 2% inflation target mostly having been hit, analysts expect the FOMC to maintain this stance.
Espenilla still look strongly at a fourth rate adjustment, participants were inclined to lighten position temporarily,' he said.
The fourth rate was started July 10 when the Central Bank started what it called a secondary market designed to provide currency to small importers.
Political turmoil in Italy earlier this week drove the dollar index to a 6-1/2 month high, but expectations of a fourth rate hike in 2018 decreased over fears of a euro zone crisis.
The most recent missive was from 'Causeway Traveller' (GDN, June 5) who complains about being "poisoned with radiation on a daily basis" and treated in a way one might expect from a "fourth rate banana republic".
No sooner has the Government announced plans to transform the Post Office into the People's Bank, than the institution announces the fourth rate cut of the year to its fixed-rate mortgages, putting more loans into best-buy tables.
I have come to the conclusion that we are largely governed by fourth rate Assembly Members who are incapable of halting the decline in Wales that is fast becoming a Third World nation.
The BoE's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting two weeks ago showed that all nine members voted for a smaller 0.25% rise to 5.5% ( the fourth rate rise in 10 months.
I wonder how fans would react, if newspaper and glossy magazines, in the acres of print they devote to third and fourth rate 'celebrities' whose dubious talent resides solely in being famous for being famous, balance their coverage with details of how their idols often use and abuse, deceive and steal on their way to the top.
If approved, it would mark the fourth rate increase granted the company in the past two years in California.