Rank meaning in Bengaliলাইন মর্যাদা মর্যাদাক্রম প্রতিষ্ঠা পঙক্তি
Definition of Rank
(especially of air or water) having a foul or offensive smell.
He needs to do something about the rank smell of dead fish emanating from the bathrooms.
(especially of something bad or deficient) complete and utter (used for emphasis).
The point about the market is that it is not only immoral - or rather amoral - it is also capable of rank stupidity.
(of vegetation) growing too thickly and coarsely.
But as the rains progress, they abandon the tall, rank grass in the floodplains and woodlands in search of more palatable foodstuff.
a position in the hierarchy of the armed forces.
Career opportunities are closely linked with the promotion to a higher rank which officers receive as a rule when appointed to higher job assignments.
a single line of soldiers or police officers drawn up abreast.
The clouds seemed to form ranks like soldiers, each line catching a thin strand of orange or pink light on its edge.
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Example of Rank
A rank smell filled her nose and she put it down as Mistee began talking.
an army officer of fairly high rank
an army officer of high rank
Annapolis had a large number of bachelors among those of high social rank .
As she got closer she could smell the sweat on him and the rank smell of horse.
Clothing was central to social definition, defining one's gender, social rank , occupation, age, marital status, or ethnic identity.
For the purpose of this study, a percentile rank of [is less than or equal to] 25 was considered below average for that group.
I can think of nothing finer to do for this general officer today than promote her to the rank of major general.
I think of myself a political moderate, but the callousness and the rank inefficiency of much of the current Republican party leadership leaves a very bad taste in my mouth.
In May 2003, he was promoted to the highest rank of cadet officer.