a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit

- fertility rate
- speed
- bits per second
- GHz
- sampling rate
- words per minute
- mortality
- kilometers per hour
- jerk
- megacycle per second
- quantitative relation
- attrition rate
- mph
- flow rate
- THz
- flux
- pulse rate
- Gc
- kph
- fertility
- rate of growth
- sedimentation rate
- fatality rate
- pulse
- frequence
- frequency
- Hz
- rev
- bps
- metabolic rate
- kilocycle per second
- Mc
- spacing
- tempo
- sed rate
- terahertz
- revolutions per minute
- gigahertz
- cycle per second
- crime rate
- mortality rate
- gigacycle
- dose rate
- heart rate
- MHz
- cycles/second
- data rate
- rate of respiration
- magnitude relation
- rate of return
- rate of flow
- kilocycle
- solar constant
- rpm
- inflation rate
- hertz
- rate of inflation
- cycle
- growth rate
- oftenness
- erythrocyte sedimentation rate
- gait
- deceleration
- natality
- birthrate
- pace
- deathrate
- gigacycle per second
- death rate
- megahertz
- acceleration
- megacycle
- birth rate
- ESR
- respiratory rate
- wpm
- kilometres per hour
- kilohertz
- kc
- kHz
- miles per hour
- flow
- km/h
- rate of attrition
- velocity
- cps

amount of a charge or payment relative to some basis

assign a rank or rating to

one of three equal parts of a divisible whole

the fielding position of the player on a baseball team who is stationed near the third of the bases in the infield (counting counterclockwise from home plate)

following the second position in an ordering or series

in the third place

be worthy of or have a certain rating