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rank

rank /ræɳk/ noun row, line, teamto fall into rank: stand in lineto close the ranks: gather, tighten ranksto break rank: disband the ranks; the rank and file: (military) soldiers, soldiers (against officers); ordinary party members (of a party); civilian to rise from the ranks: (military) from soldier to officer; from commoner to high rank, typea poet of the highest rank: a poet of the highest rank to take rank with: of the same kind as social status; high status; people of all ranks and classes: people of all classes and classes man of high rank: people of high rank in society be promoted to the rank of captain great writers (from America, meaning American) at a higher level (who) intransitive verbs are classified, ranked, ranked to rank among the best: to rank above someone on aito rank first in production of coal: top in coal production (military) (+ ogg, past) wildland too rank to grow corn: the land has too many weeds to grow rice. utterly, utterly, excessively, blatantly, plainly, unmistakably

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rank

Collocation Dictionary

rank noun

1 level of importance

ADJ. high, senior, superior, upper | middle | inferior, junior, low the lowest ranks of the aristocracy | first, second He is in the first rank of university teachers. | social | Cabinet, ministerial a government minister of Cabran

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VERB + RANK achieve, achieve, be promoted to, get to, reach, rise to She joined the navy, where she rose to the rank of captain. | have, hold He held officer rank in the air force for many years. | be stripped of He was stripped of his rank by a military court.

PREP. above a/the ~ He never rose above the rank of lieutenant. | below a/the ~ police officers below the rank of sergeant | in ~ He is higher in rank than I am. | ~ in all ranks in society | ~ of She reached the rank of captain.

PHRASES of high/low, etc. rank officers of senior rank

2 groups/line of things/people

ADJ. front, rear | massed, serried the serried ranks of hotel staff

PREP. along a/the ~ The president moved slowly along the ranks of men. | in a/the ~ standing in the second rank The soldiers marched in three ranks of ten.

PHRASES break ranks (= to leave a line of soldiers, police, etc.) The police broke ranks and started hitting people with their batons. | rank on/upon rank (of sth) Rank upon rank of caravans filled the field.

3 (also the ranks) ordinary members of a large group

VERB + RANK be admitted into/to, enter, join, swell Each month thousands more swell the ranks of the unemployed. | serve in They had served in the ranks of the Sultan’s army. | come up from/through, rise from/through He came up through the ranks to become a general.

PREP. among/within the ~s of There is much disaffection among the ranks of the party. | beyond/outside the ~s The group has little influence over those outside its own ranks. | in the ~s There are a few women in the highest ranks of the organization. More information about RANK

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RANK: in the armed forces air force, army, navy ~ an air force/army sergeant an army/navy captain

air/field marshal a naval captain/commander/lieutenant/officer have/hold the rank of, serve as ~ She joined the navy and held the rank of captain. He served as a lieutenant in the marine corps.

be appointed, become, be made ~ He was made a colonel at the age of 40. She ought to have been made sergeant by now.

under ~383 men under General Miles attacked the camp.

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the rank of ~She was promoted to the rank of colonel.

n.

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a row or line of people (especially soldiers or police) standing abreast of one another

the entrance was guarded by ranks of policemen

relative status

his salary was determined by his rank and seniority

v.

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take or have a position relative to others

This painting ranks among the best in the Western World

adj.

very fertile; producing profuse growth

rank earth

very offensive in smell or taste

a rank cigar

growing profusely

rank jungle vegetation

English Synonym and Antonym Dictionary

ranks|ranked|ranking|ranker|rankestsyn.: appraise arrange categorize class classify disgusting evaluate foul gauge grade group nasty obnoxious odious offensive position putrid rate repugnant repulsive revolting rotten sickening value vileant.: file