Posted by ESC on August 01, 2006
In Reply to: "Ranks right up there with..." posted by bert on August 01, 2006
: "ranks right up there with..."
: Dear The Phrase Finder's kind members,
: I have a query about the idiom "ranks right up there with..."
: What does it mean? In my opinion, I guess it mean on the highest rank or on the top. But I'm really not sure. So anyone know please help me. ^_^
: (The Full Sentence is "Good to know New York ranks right up there with the old country.)
Is equal to. On the same footing or level as.