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Definition of "rated" []

  • A quantity or amount considered in relation to or measured against another quantity or amount (noun)
  • A price or charge with reference to a standard or scale (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • A charge made per unit for a commodity, service, etc (noun)
  • The relative speed of progress or change of something variable; pace (noun)
  • Relative quality; class or grade (noun)
  • (in combination) (noun)
  • A measure of the frequency of occurrence of a given event, such as births and deaths, usually expressed as the number of times the event occurs for every thousand of the total population considered (noun)
  • A wage calculated against a unit of time (noun)
  • The amount of gain or loss of a timepiece (noun)
  • To assign or receive a position on a scale of relative values; rank (verb)
  • To estimate the value of; evaluate (verb)
  • To be worthy of; deserve (verb)
  • To consider; regard (verb)
  • To assess the value of (property) for the purpose of local taxation (verb)
  • To think highly of (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of rate. (verb)

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Use "rated" in a sentence
  • "Upon any deviation on the part of either, the first were rated carefully, the latter were _rated soundly_; considering the safety of the ship to be endangered on the one hand, and the character of his ship to be equally at stake on the other."
  • "The little violence in the game is practically cartoonish, as you would expect of a title rated for players 10 and older."
  • "Anything else prefixed with "man rated" is self-serving prevarication."