ニュースの中での Rank

コロケーションの例

highest rank 最高位
rank of captain キャプテンのランク
rank of colonel 大佐の階級
rank of lieutenant 中liの階級
rank of major メジャーのランク

出版物および例文

The New York Times
· For African-Americans in Uniform, It’s Duty, Honor, Country. But Don’t Expect to Lead.  
Of the 41 most senior commanders in the military — those with four-star rank in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard — only two are black: Gen. Michael X. Garrett, who leads the Army’s Forces Command, and Gen. Charles Q.
The New York Times
· A 96-Year-Old Veteran Was Near Death. Then He Met His Social Worker.  
He had served in the Army for both the Second World War and the Korean War, rising to the rank of sergeant.
Financial Express
· Heat wave in Delhi, IMD issues red alert! India witnessed highest temperature of the year in last two days  
While heat wave conditions prevail across the northern parts of India, it may be recalled that scientists had warned earlier at the beginning of the year that 2020 would rank among the 10 warmest years on record based on the weather conditions of the first two months of the year.
NBCNews.com
· Republicans sue California over expanded mail-in voting  
With more than 22,000 deaths and 347,000 cases, Brazil ranks second in the world after the United States, according to an NBC News tally.
The Japan Times
· Fading fossil fuel prices next big test for Russia’s battered economy  
Russia ranks 109th in the world for renewable energy capacity, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Financial Express
· INSIGHT-More patients than beds in Mumbai as India faces surge in virus cases  
That figure is higher than it was – about 1% in the 1980s and 1.3% five years ago – but India still ranks among the world’s lowest spenders in terms of percentage of GDP.
The Japan Times
· Boris Johnson gambles to save aide who allegedly broke U.K. lockdown rules  
Johnson’s defense of Cummings at the news conference did little to quell criticism from within his own ranks, with Conservative lawmaker Paul Maynard calling Cummings’s actions “utterly indefensible” after Johnson’s remarks.