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10.
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.
by Elsy October 16, 2007
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1.
1. To think something is sick, cool, good or hot.
2. The price you charge for a good or service. ie Drugs
1. "I fully rate the new mags you've got."
"I really rate that new girl at work."
2. "$250AUD an ounce is the rate. You don't like it, fuck off."
by Diego July 31, 2003
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2.
a word interchangeable with really...
"Man, that's rate good, innit blood massive."

"There's Rate a teletubby on my sofa. He's rate fat and homoerotic."
by DanSussex October 23, 2007
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3.
1. Used in Jerry Jackson films and the narrator is unable to pronounce "right", so the word rate is used. Oh No! is used in a high pitch voice during some episodes to create suspense and tension. Also animatiosn spelt incorrectly "animatens".
2. To rate someone (1-10)
That is like rate funny, LMAO!
by scottysullivan October 06, 2006
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4.
This is an acronym standing for "Rough Around The Edges" and it refers to people (usually used to describe certain women) who are a bit rugged in both appearance and personality (usually found with Type 1s).
That chick is a hardcore RATE but still I find her strangely appealing. Other Ratish women turn me on too.
by Sateeb August 14, 2009
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5.
Generally used interchangably with "right"; often coupled with "hurtin'" or "sour"
"That's rate hurtin'!"

"That's rate sour, man!"
by AdamM May 14, 2005
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6.
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.
by KellieAnne November 26, 2009
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7.
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?
by Rock Coxman January 07, 2010
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