What If Rate

What If Rate,

What If Rate:

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Literal Meanings of What If Rate

What:

Meanings of What:
  1. Request information by explaining something.

  2. The thing or things that (used to describe something)

  3. (Strange) Indicates something strange or unusual.

  4. (Based on total number) Anyone.

  5. (Surprised) How big or unusual.

  6. how far

  7. It is used to provide estimates or estimates.

  8. It is used to highlight or invite chords.

Sentences of What
  1. What's your last name

  2. What we need is commitment

  3. What time is it

  4. They stole the little money they had

  5. Hello!

Synonyms of What

say again, what, excuse me, beg pardon, I beg your pardon, what did you say, sorry, eh

If:

Meanings of If:
  1. (Introduction to conditional clauses) on the condition or on the assumption that in such a case where.

  2. Regardless of the possibility, it doesn't matter.

  3. (Often used in indirect questions) Yes.

  4. Make polite requests.

  5. To express an opinion

  6. Expression of surprise or regret.

  7. (With implied booking) And maybe not.

  8. A condition or assumption

  9. Intermediate frequency

Sentences of If
  1. If you have a complaint, write to the manager

  2. If it takes seven years, I will

  3. Asked if we want coffee

  4. What if you don't mind leaving a message?

  5. If you don't mind saying this, it's a long journey

  6. If not Frank!

  7. The new leader has little or no control

  8. There are many yes and no in politics

Synonyms of If

allowing that, assuming, with the understanding that, supposing, presuming that, lack of certainty, provided, hesitation, doubt, uncertainty, given that, on condition that, providing, if and only if, whether or not, provided that, presuming, with the proviso that, as long as, assuming that

Rate:

Synonyms of Rate

reckon to be, figure, calculate, find to be, measure, amount, adjudge, compute, evaluate, cost, fare, deem to be, judge, outlay, price, judge to be, think to be, hire, tariff, put a value on, assess, weigh up, appraise, charge, consider to be, hold to be, estimate