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  1. rank

    • IPA[raŋk]

    英式

    • n.
      a position in the hierarchy of the armed forces;a position within the hierarchy of an organization or society
    • v.
      give (someone or something) a rank or place within a grading system;have a specified rank or place within a grading system
    • verb: rank, 3rd person present: ranks, gerund or present participle: ranking, past tense: ranked, past participle: ranked

    • noun: rank, plural noun: ranks

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    名詞

    • 1. a position in the hierarchy of the armed forces an army officer of high rank he was promoted to the rank of Captain
    • a position within the hierarchy of an organization or society only two cabinet members had held ministerial rank before 同義詞 position, grade, level, echelon, gradation, ... 更多
    • high social position persons of rank and breeding 同義詞 high standing, nobility, aristocracy, blue blood, high birth, ... 更多
    • a number specifying position in a numerically ordered series.
    • (in systemic grammar) the level of a linguistic unit or set of linguistic units in relation to other sets in the hierarchy.
    • 2. a single line of soldiers or police officers drawn up abreast they were drawn up outside their barracks in long ranks 同義詞 row, line, file, column, series, ... 更多
    • a regular row or line of things or people conifer plantations growing in serried ranks
    • each of the eight rows of eight squares running from side to side across a chessboard.
    • British short for taxi rank
    • 3. the people belonging to or constituting a group or class the ranks of Britain's unemployed
    • (in the armed forces) those who are not commissioned officers he was fined and reduced to the ranks
    • 4. the value or the order of the largest non-zero determinant of a given matrix.
    • an analogous quantity in other kinds of group.

    動詞

    • ph.
      take unfair advantage of one's seniority or privileged position

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      (of soldiers or police officers) come closer together in a line

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      take unfair advantage of one's seniority

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      (of soldiers or police officers) remain in line

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an assessment of the degree of correlation between two ways of assigning ranks to the members ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a value assigned to a web page as a measure of its popularity or importance, used to determine ... the more pages linking to and from your blog post the more credible it will look to the search engine bots, pushing your page rank upwards

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[raNGk]

    美式

    • n.
      a position in the hierarchy of the armed forces: an army officer of fairly high rank he was promoted to the rank of Captain
    • v.
      give (someone or something) a rank or place within a grading system: she is ranked number four in the world rank them in order of preference

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[raŋk]

    英式

    • adj.
      (of vegetation) growing too thickly and coarsely: clumps of rank grass

    Oxford Dictionary

    • IPA[raNGk]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of vegetation) growing too thickly and coarsely: clumps of rank grass

    Oxford American Dictionary