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rank - Wiktionary.
Cognate with Dutch rank slender, slim, Low German rank slender, projecting, lank, Danish rank straight, erect, slender, Swedish rank slender, shaky, wonky, Icelandic rakkur straight, slender, bold, valiant. rank comparative ranker or more rank, superlative rankest or most rank. Strong of its kind or in character; unmitigated; virulent; thorough; utter used of negative things.
Urban Dictionary: rank.
i think its comin from the cafeteria" Rob: oh" man that shit smells rank." by Mint1 November 18, 2009. Get a rank mug for your barber Georges. something which is rank is disgusting - for example it may be used with reference to food or smells or mental images.
RANK meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
He was promoted to the rank of major in recognition of his valour during the battle. He achieved ambassadorial rank in 1958. After many years at the company he eventually worked his way up to the rank of Chief Executive Officer.
Rank Wikipedia.
Police ranks of the United States. Ranking member, US politics the most senior member of a committee from the minority party, and thus second-most senior member of a committee. Imperial, royal and noble ranks. Level or position in society edit.
Rank Definition of Rank by Merriam-Webster.
6: any of a series of classes of coal based on increasing alteration of the parent vegetable matter, increasing carbon content, and increasing fuel value. 7: the number of linearly independent rows or columns in a matrix. ranked; ranking; ranks.
Rank definition of rank by The Free Dictionary.
Mil: formation Glied nt; to break rank s aus dem Glied treten; to keep rank s in Reih und Glied stehen; to serve in the rank s gemeiner Soldat sein; the rank s, other rank s Brit die Mannschaften und die Unteroffiziere; the rank and file Mil die Mannschaft; the rank and file of the party/union die Basis der Partei / Gewerkschaft, die einfachen Partei /Gewerkschaftsmitglieder; the rank and file workers die einfachen Arbeiter; to rise from the rank s aus dem Mannschaftsstand zum Offizier aufsteigen; fig sich hocharbeiten; to reduce somebody to the rank s jdn degradieren?

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