Meaning of RATIO in English
 RATIO

noun
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ ADJECTIVE
average
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A comparison of the benefit with the cost produces an average benefitcost ratio of 1.2: 1.
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Jefferies surveyed 122 REITs recently and found that the average estimated payout ratio for this year was 78 percent.
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Even at 26,230, the average p/e ratio was still 45.
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The average branching ratios of these grammars were reasonably high, compared with HARPY1.
branching
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The typical number of children of each internal node in a tree is called its branching ratio .
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The average branching ratios of these grammars were reasonably high, compared with HARPY1.
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Such a tree is called a binary tree, and of course its branching ratio is 2.
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The rules are beautifully simple, but its branching ratio is 300 or more and it is more subtle than chess.
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Hence, if all goals are deep or the branching ratio is large, it will be very slow.
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Also, an unexpressive language permits few operators, so the search's branching ratio is small.
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In addition, the branching ratio at the start is 64, and it never falls below 57.
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Since the branching ratio is so great, search at the lower level is a poor playing strategy.
capital
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The company also plans to improve its debt to capital ratio further, to 0.5.
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Under Czech banking law, all banks must meet a capital adequacy ratio of 8 percent.
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Although such ploys help to boost banks' capital ratios , they do not bring in new cash.
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The analysis has therefore concentrated on the effect on the capital labour ratio and on competitive factor returns.
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But concern mounted that the fall in the stock market may start to undermine banks' capital adequacy ratios .
high
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Our results suggest that the second is true: women with high waisthip ratio have difficulty in becoming pregnant.
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The butt part has a higher ratio of lean to bone than the shank part and is often priced higher.
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A high ratio value implies that the band 7 value of that the band 5 and band 7 values were equal.
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Many sausage afficionados prefer an even higher ratio of fatback to meat.
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These men also had the highest standardised mortality ratio for all causes of death.
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Eventually, the economy comes back into balance with a higher savings ratio and a lower trade deficit.
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One of the major problems with electric vehicles has been the lack of a battery with a high powertoweight ratio .
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The highest ratio was retail at 84. 1 percent compared to 86. 5 percent in 1996.
low
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They may simply go ahead and expand credit, and accept a lower liquidity ratio .
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Its 26. 6 employees per 10, 000 phone lines is one of the lowest ratios in the industry.
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Four observations were excluded because of low signaltonoise ratio or background subtraction problems.
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The banks have tended to choose a lower liquidity ratio over the years, and certainly a lower cash ratio.
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Banks, being prepared to operate with a lower liquidity ratio , were only too pleased to supply the credit being demanded.
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Not surprisingly, there is generally a low ratio of members per volunteertypically less than 5: 1.
standardised
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It is therefore crucial to include standardised mortality ratios alongside age weightings to correct for variations in life expectancy.
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These men also had the highest standardised mortality ratio for all causes of death.
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We also calculated standardised mortality ratios for all hypertensive patients.
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The sum of each subject's cumulative hazard of death was compared with observed deaths to find the standardised mortality ratio .
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There were no trends in standardised mortality ratios from cardiovascular disease or other causes with the number of previous pregnancies.
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Death rates were expressed as standardised mortality ratios , with the national average as 100.
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The overall death rate from cardiovascular disease was close to the national average, the standardised mortality ratio being 94.
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However, because deprivation is also associated with excess mortality some of this is already picked up by including standardised mortality ratio .
■ NOUN
aspect
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In fact aspect ratios of 40 or more are needed for such uniformity to exist.
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Therefore, we can use the aspect ratio of Spacing between the boats.
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Some programs maintain the aspect ratio between width and height whilst scaling, thereby avoiding distortion.
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Observations with apparatuses of relatively small aspect ratio have led to interesting comparisons with theories to be discussed in Chapter 24.
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The shallower angle meant that the aspect ratio of chord to span was higher.
cash
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All banks need to maintain a cash ratio large enough to meet the cash requirements of their depositors.
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These cash ratio deposits are nonoperational: in other words, the banks can not withdraw them.
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The banks have tended to choose a lower liquidity ratio over the years, and certainly a lower cash ratio.
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The bankers' deposits item in the balance sheet refers to the cash ratio and operational balances of the banks.
compression
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How do I tell the compression ratio and therefore which spark plugs to use?
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The compression ratio is a high 12.7: 1.
debt
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The debt ratio fell to 65.9 per cent, down 19.4 percentage points from 85.3 per cent last year.
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Belttightening would allow the debt ratio to fall faster or incometax rates to be cut.
decidendi
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The relevant passages formed part of the Court of Appeal's ratio decidendi and the case can not sensibly be distinguished.
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What was the ratio decidendi of Pinnel's Case?
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The question arose after Donoghue v. Stevenson as to how broadly the ratio decidendi could be interpreted.
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The ratio decidendi of Donoghue v. Stevenson is open to two interpretations.
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It is 2 which amounts to the ratio decidendi of the case.
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Not every statement made in the course of a judgment is binding as part of the ratio decidendi of the case.
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It is not always easy to identify the ratio decidendi of a given case.
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Too much emphasis on the search for the ratio decidendi of cases can be misleading.
dependency
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Consequently dependency ratios for future decades are again only best estimates and not real facts.
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The bond\#dependency ratio peaked this fiscal year, he said.
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I shall discuss the implications of the dependency ratio for the construction of family obligations in more detail in chapter 3.
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The dependency ratio is expected to top 28 percent next year for the second year in a row, economists said.
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There has been an increase in the dependency ratio because of several factors.
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Second, the typical dependency ratio assumes that all those aged 16  64 are gainfully employed.
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The nature of employment is also being affected by the increase in the dependency ratio .
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Calculating dependency ratios retrospectively or for current circumstances is not problematic.
isotope
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Measurements of the resulting isotope ratios closely approximated those found in carbonaceous chondrite meteorites.
likelihood
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The likelihood ratio test statistic shown above is a formalization of this.
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The Wald test is equivalent to the likelihood ratio test in large samples.
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The crucial difference with the likelihood ratio test is that the models that provide the's and's can be highly nonlinear.
liquidity
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Banks' liquidity ratio may vary Banks may choose a different liquidity ratio.
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They may simply go ahead and expand credit, and accept a lower liquidity ratio .
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An example of a statutory liquidity ratio was the minimum 121/2 percent reserve assets ratio imposed on banks from 1971 to 1981.
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The ratio of an institution's liquid assets to illiquid assets is known as its liquidity ratio.
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If a financial institution's liquidity ratio is too high, it will make too little profit.
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Profitability High liquidity ratios indicate shortterm financial strength but do not measure efficiency of utilization of resources.
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In other words, the banks operate a 10 percent liquidity ratio .
mortality
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It is therefore crucial to include standardised mortality ratios alongside age weightings to correct for variations in life expectancy.
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Thus the perinatal mortality ratio is the sum of the late fetal death ratio and the under7day mortality rate.
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These men also had the highest standardised mortality ratio for all causes of death.
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We also calculated standardised mortality ratios for all hypertensive patients.
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The sum of each subject's cumulative hazard of death was compared with observed deaths to find the standardised mortality ratio .
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There were no trends in standardised mortality ratios from cardiovascular disease or other causes with the number of previous pregnancies.
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Death rates were expressed as standardised mortality ratios , with the national average as 100.
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The overall death rate from cardiovascular disease was close to the national average, the standardised mortality ratio being 94.
payout
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Most firms appear to have a target payout ratio of dividends to longrun reported earnings.
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Stocks with higher yields are more likely to have higher payout ratios .
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Given this measure, dividends per share are determined by where is the target dividend payout ratio .
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Apartments had an estimated 78. 1 percent payout ratio compared to 82. 8 percent last year.
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The management have confidence in future earnings growth and the maintenance of the target payout ratio . 2.
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The important result is that in an uncertain world companies like to maintain a stable payout ratio over the long run.
weight
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It was claimed that this gives an improved warmth to weight ratio of around 25 percent and decreased bulk.
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The hydrogen to carbon weight ratio Provides another simple quantitative argument favoring the use of natural gas and coal to replace oil.
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Down: The soft plumage of water fowl, minimum weight ratio 85% down, 15% feathers.
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The hydrogen to carbon weight ratio of residual oil is approximately 1 to 9.
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Down and Feather: A mixture of the two, minimum weight ratio 51% down, 49% feathers.
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Percentage may be expressed either as volume or weight ratios .
■ VERB
calculate
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Holmes calculated a ratio of approximately 2.4:1.
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The labelling index was calculated as the ratio of Ki67 positive to negative cells per crypt.
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Sharpe calculated a benchmark ratio using the Dow Jones Industrial Average as a proxy for the market portfolio.
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We also calculated standardised mortality ratios for all hypertensive patients.
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A total labelling index was calculated as the ratio of labelled cell to total cell numbers for each column.
express
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In these conditions serum pepsinogen C provides additional diagnostic information, especially when expressed as pepsinogen A:C ratio .
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Comparisons between ions are then expressed as a radius ratio , the ratio of the cation radius to the anion radius.
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This amount may be expressed as a ratio of the amount of useful information compared to the amount of redundant information.
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Death rates were expressed as standardised mortality ratios , with the national average as 100.
increase
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This is where the government increases the ratio of bonds to bills.
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His recovery of survival potential increased in ratio to the amount of energy freed from the engram bank.
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The percentage of women who became pregnant fell with increasing waisthip ratio from 63% to 32%.
show
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Table 3.1 below shows the ratio of females to males convicted for certain crimes and makes clear the male domination of criminality.
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Table 88 shows the ratio of personal debt to disposable personal income.
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Three of the first five runs showed ratios between 1.5 and 2, implying excess neutrons of between 50 and 100 percent.
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A formula of an ion shows the ratio of atoms of each element present in the ion.
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The empirical formula shows the simplest ratio of the number of atoms or ions in a substance.
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Even so, by 1987, the Sinfield and Fraser estimate shows an overall ratio of eighteen unemployed to every job vacancy.
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Right axis shows the ratio of dissociation constants for a mutant and wildtype receptor.
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Even concordant Crohn's disease twins affected by the disease usually showed very dissimilar subclass ratios .
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
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a school where the ratio of students to teachers is about 5:1
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
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Relative risks were estimated as matched odds ratios by conditional maximum likelihood methods.
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The ratio is similar to Rainbird.
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The ratio means that for every $ 100 of orders shipped by chipmakers, $ 109 in new orders were received.
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The butt part has a higher ratio of lean to bone than the shank part and is often priced higher.
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The inventorytoshipment ratio in November was revised to 116. 2 from an initial 116. 4.
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The significant difference is that our interpretation of the capitaloutput ratio includes variable capital, not merely fixed capital stock.
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This will help with recommendations such as the ratio between sheet thickness, width and the distances between glazing bar centres.
Longman DOCE5 Extras English vocabulary. Дополнительный английский словарь Longman DOCE5. 2012