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  • n.等级;级别;军衔;排
  • v.排列;把…分等级;属于某等级;使排成行
  • adj.难闻的;恶臭的;(强调质量、状况等)极端的;疯长的
  • Web排名;秩;矩阵的秩
Simple Present:ranks  Present Participle:ranking  Past Tense:ranked  Comparative Degree:ranker  Superlative:rankest  
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n.
级别position in organization/army, etc.
1.
[u][c]
(尤指较高的)地位,级别the position, especially a high position, that sb has in a particular organization, society, etc.
She was not used to mixing with people of high social rank.
她不习惯和社会地位很高的人交往。
He rose through the ranks to become managing director.
他级级攀升,当上了常务董事。
Within months she was elevated to ministerial rank.
不出几个月,她就被提升至部级。
2.
[c][u]
军衔;军阶;警衔the position that sb has in the army, navy, police, etc.
He was soon promoted to the rank of captain.
他很快被提升至上尉军阶。
officers of junior/senior rank
有低级╱高级军阶的军官
a campaign to attract more women into the military ranks
吸引更多的女性担任各级军官的运动
officers, and other ranks(= people who are not officers)
军官及士兵
The colonel was stripped of his rank(= was given a lower position, especially as a punishment) .
那名上校被降职了。
3.
[pl]
普通士兵the position of ordinary soldiers rather than officers
He served in the ranks for most of the war.
战争期间,他大部分时间都在部队服役。
He rose from the ranks(= from being an ordinary soldier) to become a warrant officer.
他从普通士兵升至准尉。
质量quality
4.
[sing]
等级;级别the degree to which sb/sth is of high quality
a painter of the first rank
一流的画家
Britain is no longer in the front rank of world powers.
英国再也不是位于前列的世界强国。
The findings are arranged in rank order according to performance.
这些研究结果是根据性能等级排列的。
成员members of group
5.
[pl]
(团体或组织的)成员the members of a particular group or organization
We have a number of international players in our ranks.
我们的队员中有好几个国际选手。
At 50, he was forced to join the ranks of the unemployed.
他 50 岁时被迫加入了失业行列。
There were serious divisions within the party's own ranks.
这个党内部存在着严重对立的分歧。
行;列line/row
6.
[c]
(警察、士兵等的)队列,行列a line or row of soldiers, police, etc. standing next to each other
They watched as ranks of marching infantry passed the window.
他们看着步兵列队从窗前走过。
7.
[c]
排;行;列a line or row of people or things
massed ranks of spectators
聚集起来的旁观者的行列
The trees grew in serried ranks(= very closely together) .
树木一排靠一排地生长。
IDM
break ranks
掉队;未保持队形to fail to remain in line
不支持所属团体(或组织)to refuse to support the group or the organization of which they are members
v.
分等级give position
1.
[t][i]
把…分等级;属于某等级to give sb/sth a particular position on a scale according to quality, importance, success, etc.; to have a position of this kind
The tasks have been ranked in order of difficulty.
按照困难程度对工作进行了分类。
She is currently the highest ranked player in the world.
她是目前居全球榜首的运动员。
top-ranked players
一流的选手
Voters regularly rank education as being more important than defence.
投票者通常认为教育比国防更重要。
At the height of her career she ranked second in the world.
在她事业的顶峰时期,她排名世界第二位。
The university is ranked number one in the country for engineering.
在工程学领域,这所大学位居本国第一。
It certainly doesn't rank as his greatest win.
这肯定算不上他最大的胜利。
The restaurant ranks among the finest in town.
这家饭店属于城里最好的。
This must rank with(= be as good as) the greatest movies ever made.
这部影片一定可与史上最优秀的影片相媲美。
You just don't rank(= you're not good enough) .
你还不够级别。
排列;排成行put in line/row
2.
[t][usupass]
~ sth
排列;使排成行to arrange objects in a line or row
adj.
1.
难闻的;恶臭的having a strong unpleasant smell
The house was full of the rank smell of urine.
这屋子里到处有一股尿的臊味。
2.
[obn]
(强调质量、状况等)极端的,糟糕的used to emphasize a particular quality, state, etc.
an example of rank stupidity
极端愚蠢的例子
The winning horse was a rank outsider .
获胜的这匹马,本来谁也没指望它能获胜。
3.
疯长的growing too thickly

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