• What does RATE Stand For?

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*****RATE FENCE.In the hotel industry, any number of characteristics that are used to determine the rate for a room. For example, a physical rate fence would involve the location of a room; a product-line rate fence
****RATE DESK.The office of an airline that calculates fares for travel agents and passengers.
****RATE HIKE.An increase in fares or other costs.
****RATE ACCESS CODE.Any GDS or other alphanumerical code that displays hotel or other rates that are available, typically by negotiation, only to certain companies or categories of traveler.
***RATE OF THE DAY.A hotel pricing system in which the rack rate varies from day to day.
***RATE AND SERVICE STRUCTURE.The prices a carrier charges and the services and amenities it provides, considered as a whole system.
***RATE PARITY.A situation in which a travel supplier, such as a hotel, maintains the same price across all its various distribution channels.
*SED. RATEerthrocyte sedimentation rate
*SED RATEsedimentation rate
*RRPG RATERecruitment, retention progression & graduation. An academic term that refers to student attrition rate.
*SED. RATEerythrocyte sedimentation rate
*RATERough Around the Edges
*MATE'S RATE, MATE'S DISCOUNTcheaper than usual for a 'friend'
*BIT RATESame as bits per second
IT Terminology
*RATERisk Assessment, Tools of Supervision, Evaluation
*RATERegulatory Authority for Tissue and Embryos
*RATERouting And Traffic Engineering
*RATERadioactivity and the Age of the Earth
*ADIABATIC RATE .Rule of thumb which holds that temperature decreases as altitude increases (3.5¡F per 1,000 ft.).
*RATERun After Tax Evaders
*RATERemote Area Terminal Equipment
*RATERun Against Tax Evaders
*RATERemote Aboriginal Teacher Education
*RATERadioisotopes and the Age of the Earth
*RATERisk Assessment and Threat Evaluation