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Noun
The placement of something or someone within a vertical hierarchy
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“She improved her ranking in the tournament to 5th the following year.”
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A list of participants or candidates in order of rank
“The resulting values will represent the final ranking of all the candidates.”
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A series or scheme of stages or ranks
“St. Louis ranks second in geopolitical fragmentation in a ranking of the 25 largest metropolitan areas in the United States.”
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A category into which something is put
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The state or fact of having the power or authority to effect change
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A judgment of the worth or character of someone or something
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A mark indicating measure on an instrument or container
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A measure of the amount of time a person has been a member of an organization, as compared to other members, and with an eye towards awarding privileges to those who have been members longer
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A scale or series of successive changes, stages, or degrees
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The action, process, or result of arranging based on their relative importance
Adjective
High or prominent in rank or status
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“I suppose that the ranking commander of each division would have the authority to give the order.”
Verb
Present participle for to assort according to type, category or class
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“Surprisingly, critics have failed to rank it as a classic example of literature within its niche.”
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Present participle for to assign to, or make a judgment on, someone's or something's position in a hierarchy
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“Where would you rank this movie in terms of the all-time classics?”
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Present participle for to have a specified rank or place within a grading system
“These can rank among the most reliable of sources when properly evaluated and analyzed.”
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Present participle for to arrange in a row or rows
“The steel tables, clean and gleaming, were ranked in rows all the way to the back shadows.”
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Present participle for to surpass or be better than something or someone else
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