Used in the military, most specifically the Marine Corps, as another word for "deserve."
1. Hey, buddy! How's it going?
2. ......
3. What the fuck? I don't RATE a response, asshole?
von Rock Coxman 7. Januar 2010
Random Attendance Teenage Eaters. Teenagers who randomly show up at mealtimes. Can be either family members or friends of family teenager(s). RATEs make it impossible to plan a meal because the cook never knows: 1. If family RATE is eating or 2. If family RATE is bringing other RATES home.
Husband: What happened to that massive pot of spaghetti?
Wife: Graham brought home 5 RATES and they inhaled it!
Husband: Is there any cereal?
Wife: That was dessert.
von KellieAnne 26. November 2009
Something guys and girls do to give their opinion on another's attractiveness. It's supposed to go from 1-10, but there are many variations:
1-100
1-8 (generally this scale is only used alongside the word "mate" with a full rating of 8/8
*Name*-*name* (this is either used in a good sense or bad sense. The rate given must be a name)
The scales are often broken to emphasise extreme attractiveness or extreme fugliness.

Note: Oftentimes the word "rate" is not used, even though that's what's happening. Frequently replacing "rate" is "give"
Ex. 1:
Mike: Dude, did you see that chick last night? I rate her 11/10 at the very least.
Ike: Umm...yeah. I hate to break it to you, but you had been hitting the heavy stuff for long enough that you were grinding on a 3...

Ex. 2:
Mike: On a scale from Kim Kardashian to Olivia Wilde, I give her a Megan Fox

Ex. 3:
Mike: Bruh, I know you were checking out my sister earlier. Be honest and tell me what you think of her.
Ike: I know how weird it must be to hear this, but she's 8/8 mate.
von P8triarch 4. Januar 2016
A term used in Barrel Racing or Pole Bending, a speed event involving horses. The term 'rate' refers to slowing and collecting up your horse right before a barrel or pole. It is essential for having horse horse bring him self up to turn the barrel/pole and make for a faster time.
That horse really needs to learn how to rate before reaching that barrel, he looks like he is just running around in a bunch of circles.
von Elsy 16. Oktober 2007
US Navy ranking system.
"Not rank...rate. There is a difference. Kind of..."
-me
von Dave 16. April 2004
Rates are given to a person by someone who is impressed by them. It is an abriviation of "Rate that."
That man gets nuff rates for fuking that pengting.
I rate Alex Foster for drawing sex in four days.
von Alex Foster 15. August 2007
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