rate climb

rate climb

[′rāt ‚klīm]
(aerospace engineering)
The climb of an aircraft to higher altitudes at a constant rate.
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Target also watched its rate climb to 122 percent from 86 percent.
The Company has been standardized on Microsoft platforms since 1999 and has since seen its adoption rate climb exponentially year over year.
The Labor Ministry expects to see the unemployment rate climb up to 11,4% at the end of 2010, which means that there will 477 000 unemployed in the country.
During the fourth quarter of 2001, Westchester posted 819,000 SF of negative net absorption which helped its availability rate climb from 13.
Your body revs up, your heart rate climbs and you get a little sweaty, says Katherine Wilson, wellness consultant at the Boston Ballet School.
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Lewis says borrowers should find out the volatility of the index used to calculate their loan's mortgage rate, calculate the maximum possible adjustment in their monthly payments as their specific index rate climbs, and determine whether their budget can cover that hike.
The vacancy rate climbs higher as the rents climb higher.
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The death rate climbs steadily along with the number of these fine particles.