Rate-base



noun
1.
a guaranteed minimum amount or number used to compute advertising rates, as the number of subscribers to a publication.
2.
a basic amount or number used to compute charges to a customer, as the number of monthly phone calls.
3.
the valuation of property upon which tax rates are based.

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