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Synonyms for rate

Synonyms for rate

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

to acquire as a result of one's behavior or effort

to reprimand loudly or harshly

Synonyms for rate

a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit

a quantity or amount or measure considered as a proportion of another quantity or amount or measure

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be worthy of or have a certain rating

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estimate the value of

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When Greenspan moves up the fed funds rate, the interest banks pay to borrow money from each other, interest charged for loans like adjustable mortgages move up too.
An adjustable-rate mortgage generally has a fixed-interest rate for a set number of years at the beginning, then the rate fluctuates.
While still at historically low levels, the Fed Fund rate increase marks a new cycle of rising borrowing costs across both consumer and commercial sectors.
In economic terms, a soft landing occurs when growth slows--just as the economy reaches full employment--so that the unemployment rate remains steady.
Use the long-term capital gain rate: Long-term capital gains on sales and exchanges will be taxed at lower rates, so the one-year holding period becomes even more important.
The effects of the government's proposal to roll back the corporate income tax rate reductions will be immediate and detrimental to Ontario's business climate:
The modern rating engine has the added advantage of dramatically simplifying ongoing rate maintenance.
The results show a drop off in permeation rate after
8 percent year-on-year rate reinforced the perception of strength in the economy.
If you price in deutsche marks, you will, of course, have an exchange rate loss when the deutsche mark weakens against the dollar and an exchange rate gain when the deutsche mark strengthens.
To better understand the nonguaranteed portion of an illustration, CPAs can review results under a variety of interest rate assumptions; for example, at both current rates and at rates 1% or 2% lower.
A study conducted by Louis Harris and Associates found the uninsured rate in the Rochester area to be 6 percent, compared with a national uninsured rate of 14 percent.
These two factors--solidification rate and cooling rate--influence nodule count, presence of carbides and the amount of ferrite and pearlite present.
He plans to pay for the construction by refinancing his 30-year fixed-rate mortgage at an interest rate of 5.
This week's rate was the lowest since the mortgage giant began tracking 30-year mortgage rates in 1971.