Synsets for "rank"
Synset: rank.n.01
Synonyms: rank
Part of Speech: NOUN
Definition: a row or line of people (especially soldiers or police) standing abreast of one another
Examples: the entrance was guarded by ranks of policemen
Lemmas: rank
Hypernym: line
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Synset: rank.n.02
Synonyms: rank
Part of Speech: NOUN
Definition: relative status
Examples: his salary was determined by his rank and seniority
Lemmas: rank
Hypernym: status
Hyponym: archidiaconate baronetcy billionth dukedom earldom eighteenth eighth eightieth eleventh fifteenth fifth fiftieth first fortieth fourteenth fourth gradation grade hundredth kingship last military_rank millionth nineteenth ninetieth ninth princedom second second_class seventeenth seventh seventieth sixteenth sixth sixtieth tenth third thirteenth thirtieth thousandth twelfth twentieth viscountcy
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Synset: rank_and_file.n.01
Synonyms: rank_and_file
Part of Speech: NOUN
Definition: the ordinary members of an organization (such as the enlisted soldiers of an army)
Examples: the strike was supported by the union rank and file | he rose from the ranks to become a colonel
Lemmas: rank_and_file rank
Hypernym: force
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Synset: social_station.n.01
Synonyms: social_station
Part of Speech: NOUN
Definition: position in a social hierarchy
Examples: the British are more aware of social status than Americans are
Lemmas: social_station social_status social_rank rank
Hypernym: status
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Synset: membership.n.01
Synonyms: membership
Part of Speech: NOUN
Definition: the body of members of an organization or group
Examples: they polled their membership | they found dissension in their own ranks | he joined the ranks of the unemployed
Lemmas: membership rank
Hypernym: body
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Synset: rank.v.01
Synonyms: rank
Part of Speech: VERB
Definition: take or have a position relative to others
Examples: This painting ranks among the best in the Western World
Lemmas: rank
Hypernym: be
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Synset: rate.v.01
Synonyms: rate
Part of Speech: VERB
Definition: assign a rank or rating to
Examples: how would you rank these students? | The restaurant is rated highly in the food guide
Lemmas: rate rank range order grade place
Hypernym: evaluate
Hyponym: downgrade prioritize reorder seed sequence shortlist subordinate superordinate upgrade
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Synset: rank.v.03
Synonyms: rank
Part of Speech: VERB
Definition: take precedence or surpass others in rank
Examples:
Lemmas: rank outrank
Hypernym: excel
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Synset: rank.s.01
Synonyms: rank
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: very fertile; producing profuse growth
Examples: rank earth
Lemmas: rank
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Synset: rank.s.02
Synonyms: rank
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: very offensive in smell or taste
Examples: a rank cigar
Lemmas: rank
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Synset: crying.s.02
Synonyms: crying
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible
Examples: a crying shame | an egregious lie | flagrant violation of human rights | a glaring error | gross ineptitude | gross injustice | rank treachery
Lemmas: crying egregious flagrant glaring gross rank
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Synset: absolute.s.02
Synonyms: absolute
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: complete and without restriction or qualification; sometimes used informally as intensifiers
Examples: absolute freedom | an absolute dimwit | a downright lie | out-and-out mayhem | an out-and-out lie | a rank outsider | many right-down vices | got the job through sheer persistence | sheer stupidity
Lemmas: absolute downright out-and-out rank right-down sheer
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Synset: rank.s.05
Synonyms: rank
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: growing profusely
Examples: rank jungle vegetation
Lemmas: rank
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Rank factorization | Proof: To see why this is true, let us first define rank to mean column rank. Since formula_31, it follows that formula_95. From the definition of matrix multiplication, this means that each column of formula_90 is a linear combination of the columns of formula_97. Therefore, the column space of formula_90 is contained within the column space of formula_97 and, hence, rank(formula_90) ≤ rank(formula_97). Now, formula_97 is formula_103×formula_3, so there are formula_3 columns in formula_97 and, hence, rank(formula_90) ≤ formula_3 = rank(formula_2). This proves that rank(formula_110 ≤ rank(formula_2). Now apply the result to formula_90 to obtain the reverse inequality: since formula_113 = formula_2, we can write rank(formula_2) = rank(formula_116 ≤ rank(formula_90). This proves rank(formula_118 ≤ rank(formula_90). We have, therefore, proved rank(formula_110 ≤ rank(formula_2) and rank(formula_2) ≤ rank(formula_90), so rank(formula_2) = rank(formula_90). (Also see the first proof of column rank = row rank under rank). |
Nonnegative rank (linear algebra) | It is always true that "rank(A) ≤ rank(A)". In fact "rank(A) = rank(A)" holds whenever "rank(A) ≤ 2" [2]. |
Rank factorization | An immediate consequence of rank factorization is that the rank of formula_2 is equal to the rank of its transpose formula_90. Since the columns of formula_2 are the rows of formula_90, the column rank of formula_2 equals its row rank. |
Top Rank (nightclub) | Top Rank was a chain of nightclubs in the United Kingdom owned by the Rank Organisation. They were often known as Top Rank Suites or Top Rank Ballrooms. |
Komandarm 1st rank | The rank "Komandarm 1st rank" was converted to General of the Army, the equivalent general´s rank (OF-9). |
Nonnegative rank (linear algebra) | In the case "rank(A) ≥ 3", however, "rank(A) < rank(A)" is possible. For example, the matrix |
Rank (linear algebra) | The rank is commonly denoted rank("A") or rk("A"); sometimes the parentheses are not written, as in rank "A". |
Rank-into-rank | In set theory, a branch of mathematics, a rank-into-rank is a large cardinal λ satisfying one of the following four axioms given in order of increasing consistency strength. (They are sometimes known as rank-into-rank embeddings, where a rank is one of the sets V of the von Neumann hierarchy.) |
Commodore (rank) | Commodore is a rank in the Royal Netherlands Air Force. It is a one-star rank and has essentially the same rank insignia as the British air commodore. |
History of the Swedish Armed Forces other ranks | Establishment of the rank Överfurir above Furir. The rank corresponds to the newly introduced rank Swedish rank "First Sergeant". Removed 1983 as a professional rank. |
Captain 1st rank | The first OF-5 equivalent rank in the Soviet Navy (from 1918 to 1935) was Ship komandir 1st rank, also Ship commander 1st rank, (ru: Командир корабля 1-ого ранга; literal: Commander of the ship 1st rank). |
Rank of a group | If "p" is a prime number, then the "p"-rank of "G" is the largest rank of an elementary abelian "p"-subgroup. The sectional "p"-rank is the largest rank of an elementary abelian "p"-section (quotient of a subgroup). |
Islamic Azad University | 2013: International rank: 87, National rank: 1, Regional Rank: 1 |
Islamic Azad University | 2013: World rank: 161, Country rank: 1, Regional rank: 25 |
Commandant (rank) | "Comandante" ("commandant") is a military officer rank used in some Latin American countries. The Chilean Air Force uses the rank of "comandante de escuadrilla" ("squadron commandant") as a rank equivalent to the British rank of squadron leader. The Peruvian Air Force uses the rank of "comandante" as an equivalent to lieutenant-colonel or wing commander. |
Islamic Azad University | 2012: International rank: 231, National rank: 1, Regional Rank: 2 |
J. Arthur Rank | Joseph Arthur Rank, 1st Baron Rank (22 December 1888 – 29 March 1972) was a British industrialist who was head and founder of the Rank Organisation. |
Rank (linear algebra) | A fundamental result in linear algebra is that the column rank and the row rank are always equal. (Two proofs of this result are given in Proofs that column rank = row rank below.) This number (i.e., the number of linearly independent rows or columns) is simply called the rank of "A". |
Rank Hovis McDougall | A common misconception is that the "Rank" in the name signifies an acquired business of the Rank Organisation. This is understandable as Rank themselves were at one point a highly diversified conglomerate, and were apt to rename acquired or joint venture business by prefixing them with the name "Rank", "e.g." Rank Xerox. There is a link, but the "Rank" reference is to Joseph Rank, father of J. Arthur Rank, who merely inherited the business upon his father's death. It always remained a separately run enterprise. |
Three-star rank | Official rank insignia for Australian 'three-star' officers do not use stars in the same fashion as the United States. The RAN does incorporate stars into the hardboard rank insignia for flag-rank officers but this is in conjunction with other devices. Unofficial star rank insignia are sometimes worn when serving with or visiting other military organisations in order to facilitate equivalent rank recognition. |