rating
noun Date: 1702 1. a classification according to grade; specifically a military or naval specialist classification 2. chiefly British a naval enlisted man 3. a. relative estimate or evaluation ; standing <
the school has a good academic rating
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b. an estimate of an individual's or business's credit and responsibility c. an estimate of the percentage of the public listening to or viewing a particular radio or television program 4. a stated operating limit of a machine expressible in power units (as kilowatts of a direct-current generator) or in characteristics (as voltage)

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