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Translation of "rate" - English-Spanish dictionary

rate

noun   /reɪt/
how often something happens, or how many people something happens to índice the birth rate the rate of unemployment
a fixed amount of money given for something tarifa rates of pay
the speed at which something happens ritmo the rate of progress
(Definition of rate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

rate

noun /reit/
the number of occasions within a given period of time when something happens or is done tasa, índice a high (monthly) accident rate in a factory.
the number or amount of something (in relation to something else); ratio porcentaje There was a failure rate of one pupil in ten in the exam.
the speed with which something happens or is done velocidad, ritmo He works at a tremendous rate the rate of increase/expansion.
the level (of pay), cost etc (of or for something) tarifa What is the rate of pay for this job?
(usually in plural ) a tax, especially , in United Kingdom, paid by house-owners etc to help with the running of their town etc. contribución municipal, impuestos municipales
rating noun
(usually in plural ) the position of importance, popularity etc (of a person, thing etc) índice de audiencia (televisión); clasificación, posición This television programme has had some very bad ratings recently.
an ordinary sailor, as opposed to an officer. marinero
at this/that rate
if this or if that is the case; if this or if that continues en ese caso; a este paso He says that he isn’t sure whether we’ll be allowed to finish, but at that rate we might as well not start.
rate of exchange noun
(business) the relative values of the currencies of two or more countries tipo de cambio I want to change some dollars into euros – what is the rate of exchange?
(Definition of rate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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