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going ratenoun [C]

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the amount of money that something costs at the present time: the going rate for sth The going rate for a skilled architect in India is about $50,000 per year.twice/three times, etc. the going rate Firms advertising cheap life insurance are actually charging many customers up to five times the going rate.
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