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rating

US [ˈreɪtɪŋ]
UK ['reɪtɪŋ]
  • n.等级;级别;收视率;收听率
  • v.“rate”的现在分词
  • Web评级;额定值;评分
Plural Form:ratings  
rating
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n.
1.
[c]
等级;级别a measurement of how good, popular, important, etc. sb/sth is, especially in relation to other people or things
The poll gave a popular approval rating of 39% for the President.
民意调查表明民众对总统的支持率为 39%。
Education has been given a high-priority rating by the new administration.
新一届政府将教育放在了高度优先的地位。
2.
[pl]
收视率;收听率a set of figures that show how many people watch or listen to a particular television or radio programme, used to show how popular a programme is
The show has gone up in the ratings.
这个节目的收视率上升了。
3.
[c]
表示电影分级的数字(或字母);电影的等级a number or letter that shows which groups of people a particular film/movie is suitable for
The film was given a 15 rating by British censors.
英国审查员将这部电影定为 15 岁以上级。
The movie carries an R rating.
这部电影带有限制级 R 的标志。
4.
[c]
海军士兵;水手a sailor in the navy who is not an officer

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