ranking

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  • The game can also be played using standard ranking with a simple change to scoring.
  • Both national teams have very low world rankings for their particular sports.
  • Eight of those teams finished with a top five national ranking.
  • They lost their next three games, however, to drop out of the rankings.
  • The win moved him back to the top of the world rankings.
  • These figures are mostly high-ranking members of the party leadership or special guests.
  • It can be seen in the several rankings such as shown below.
  • Sydney is the highest ranking city in the world for international students.
  • At least a dozen high-ranking officers were also executed during this time.
  • Five times she came in third in the overall ranking.
  • When speaking, low hands are referred to by their highest-ranking card or cards.
  • During this war low ranking Royal Engineers officers carried out large scale operations.
  • Records show the names of many high ranking positions reporting directly to the king.
  • The committee may admit a player without a high enough ranking as a wild card.
  • If the party is in government, a high ranking minister, often the prime minister can also be party leader.
  • Also, the highest-ranking card must pay the bring-in if it is played with a bring-in.
  • The first round is a test taken by five of the team members to find out their ranking based upon their score.
  • Finally, some of the rankings were re-ordered, although no one listed in the top ten changed position.
  • The new system uses an opposition strength factor based on team rankings.
  • It is also among the five highest-ranking areas in the world for endangered species.
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Root form of ranking is rank for the verb.

Words starting with ranking

Meaning of ranking

  • noun Position on a scale in relation to others in a sport
  • verb Take or have a position relative to others
    This painting ranks among the best in the Western World
  • verb Take precedence or surpass others in rank