rating


rating
noun
1 measurement of how good sb/sth is
ADJECTIVE
high, top
low, poor
overall

The overall performance rating puts the new model well ahead of its main rivals.

favourable/favorable, unfavourable/unfavorable (both esp. AmE)

He's currently enjoying a favourable/favorable rating with more than 50% of the electorate.

approval, favorability (AmE), opinion-poll, poll, popularity

He has the highest opinion-poll rating of any president this century.

performance
two-star, three-star, etc.

The hotel achieved a four-star rating.

The hospital has retained its top three-star rating. (BrE)

credit

Most countries try to preserve their international credit rating in order to secure necessary loans.

personal, subjective
VERB + RATING
have
assign (sb/sth), give (sb/sth)
achieve, earn, get, obtain, receive, score

The university scored a top rating among students.

preserve
improve
downgrade, lower (business)

Standard & Poor's lowered its credit rating for the company from A to BBB.

RATING + VERB
climb, improve, rise, rocket, soar

The president's ratings have suddenly rocketed.

drop, fall, plummet
RATING + NOUN
scale, system
PREPOSITION
in a/the rating

a drop of 50 points in her personal rating

rating for

The resort got a low rating for children's facilities.

rating on

The judges gave her the maximum rating on style.

2 ratings number of TV viewers, etc.
ADJECTIVE
good, high
low, poor
audience, TV
prime-time (esp. AmE)

The network's prime-time ratings are up 150%.

VERB + RATINGS
garner (esp. AmE), get, have

The show continues to garner high ratings.

At this stage the series was getting good ratings.

boost

Bringing her on the show was a cynical attempt to boost the ratings.

RATINGS + VERB
go up, improve, pick up, shoot up, soar

The ratings went shooting up overnight.

dip, drop, fall, go down

The show's ratings have dipped sharply.

RATINGS + NOUN
battle, war
success

His new sitcom was a ratings success.

PREPOSITION
in the ratings

It has been ousted from top spot in the TV ratings.


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