Other Words for Rate

Rate Noun Synonyms
rank, grade, class, classify, evaluate, estimate, calculate, compute, count, reckon, judge, gauge, assess, appraise, measure
How do you rate your chances of beating the champion.

scold, berate, reprimand, rebuke, reproach, reprove, take to task, upbraid, censure, bawl out, dress down, chew out
I was rated severely for staying out after midnight.

count, place, measure
She rates very high among her friends.

Rate Verb Synonyms
percentage, scale, proportion
What is the current rate of interest on government savings bonds.

measure, pace, gait, speed, velocity, clip
We moved along at a pretty fast rate. Rates of production must increase.

charge, price, fee, tariff, figure, amount, toll
The rate for a hotel room has increased enormously in the past few years.

More Words for Rate

Grade / Toll / Count / Speed / Class / Judge

Stopping Curve Refunding Rate

Business / Finance / Stopping Curve Refunding Rate: A curve showing the refunding rates for different times at which the expected value of refunding immediately equals the expected value of waiting to refund. MORE

Corporate Taxable Equivalent

Business / Finance / Corporate Taxable Equivalent: The argument that double (corporate and individual) taxation of equity returns makes debt a cheaper financing method. MORE

Investment Strategy Committee

Business / Finance / Investment Strategy Committee: A committee within a brokerage firm that conducts research and makes recommendations on the firm's stated investment strategy. MORE

Internal Rate Of Return (IRR)

Business / Finance / Internal Rate Of Return (IRR): Dollar-weighted rate of return. Discount rate at which net present value (NPV) investment is zero. The rate at which a bond's future cash flows, discounted back to today, equal its price. MORE

After-Tax Real Rate Of Return

Business / Finance / After-Tax Real Rate Of Return: The after-tax rate of return minus the inflation rate. MORE

Amortizing Interest Rate Swap

Business / Finance / Amortizing Interest Rate Swap: Swap in which the principal or notional amount rises (falls) as interest rates rise (decline). MORE