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rank

noun /rӕŋk/
(in the army, navy etc) a person’s position of importance
rango, graduación
He was promoted to the rank of sergeant/colonel.
a line or row (especially of soldiers or taxis)
fila, hilera
There’s a taxi rank just outside the station. The officer ordered the front rank to fire.
a social class
clase
the lower social ranks.
the rank and file noun ordinary people.
la plebe, la gente común
ordinary soldiers, not officers.
soldados rasos
Translations of “rank”
in Korean 계급, 계층…
in Arabic رُتْبة, مَنْزِلة…
in French rang, rang(ée), file…
in Italian grado, rango…
in Chinese (Traditional) 地位, 職位, 官階…
in Russian звание, чин, положение…
in Turkish rütbe, mevkî, makam…
in Polish ranga, stopień…
in Portuguese posto…
in German der Rang, die Reihe, die Klasse…
in Catalan rang…
in Japanese 地位, 階級…
in Chinese (Simplified) 地位, 职位, 官阶…
(Definition of rank from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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