rate noun translate English to Polish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "rate" - English-Polish dictionary


noun [C]
HOW MANY B2 how often something happens, or how many people something happens to
the birth rate the rate of unemploymentWeighing and measuring
MONEY B2 a fixed amount of money given for something
stopa, stawka, kurs
the interest/exchange rate rates of payGeneral words for amounts of moneyLarge amounts of moneySmall amounts of money
SPEED B2 the speed at which something happens
the rate of progressSpeed of motion
at this rate used before saying what will happen if a situation continues in the same way
w tym tempie, jak tak dalej pójdzie
At this rate we're not going to be there till midnight.Similar and the sameDescribing people with the same qualities
at any rate used before saying one fact that is certain in a situation that you are generally not certain about
w każdym razie, tak czy siak
Well, at any rate we need her to be there.Connecting words which express a contrast
first-/second-/third-rate very good, bad, or very bad
a first-rate hotel →  See also birth rate , exchange rate Extremely goodNot of good qualityRubbish and wasteInformal words for bad
(Definition of rate noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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