English → English - average

Pronunciation
n. mean, median
adj. intermediate; regular, common
v. have a mean of -, have a median of -

English → Spanish - average

Pronunciation
s. promedio, media, término medio; puntuación
adj. común, aceptable, corriente, mediano, medio, mediocre, regular; promedio, de término medio
v. promediar, dar como promedio

English → French - average

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n. moyenne; milieu; centre
adj. moyen; intermédiaire; régulier, commun
v. avoir la moyenne de; être le centre de, être le milieu de

English → German - average

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n. Durchschnitt, Durchschnittswert
adj. durchschnittlich; normal
v. einen Durchschnitt von haben

English → Indonesian - average

Pronunciation
n. pukul rata, pertengahan
a. rata-rata, menengah, pukul rata, sedang, biasa, sedang-sedang, madya

English → Italian - average

Pronunciation
s. media; (Mar) avaria
agg. medio; normale, comune; (Mar, Assic) calcolato secondo le leggi sull'avaria
v. fare la media di; aggirarsi su una media di, ammontare approssimativamente a, essere circa; fare in media, fare una media di

English → Polish - average

Pronunciation
n. przeciętna, średnia, przeciętność, odszkodowanie awaryjne
v. obliczyć średnią, osiągać średnią, wypośrodkować
a. przeciętny, średni, mierny, zwyczajny

English → Portuguese - average

Pronunciation
s. média; avaria
adj. médio; normal; proporcional
v. calcular a média; ser o termo médio

English → Romanian - average

Pronunciation
n. medie, avarie
v. calcula media la, atinge în medie
a. mediu, obişnuit, mijlociu, potrivit, simplu

English → Russian - average

Pronunciation
с. среднее число, средняя величина; убыток от аварии судна, распределение убытка от аварии между владельцами
прил. средний, обычный, нормальный
г. составлять, равняться в среднем, выводить среднее число

English → Turkish - average

Pronunciation
f. ortalamasını bulmak, ortalama olarak almak
i. ortalama, averaj, avarya; hasar, zarar; cari fiyat (borsa),
s. ortalama; sıradan

English → Ukrainian - average

Pronunciation
n. число: середнє число, аварія
v. дорівнювати в середньому, складати пересічно, виводити середню величину
a. середній, звичайний, пересічний, нормальний

English → Dutch - average

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zn. gemiddelde
bn. gemiddeld; gewoon
ww. gemiddelde zijn

English → Greek - average

Pronunciation
ουσ. μέσος όρος, μέσος
ρήμ. υπολογίζομαι κατά μέσον όρον, υπολογίζω

English → Arabic - average

Pronunciation
‏المعدل، المتوسط، العادي‏
‏بلغ معدله، عمل بمعدل كذا، يوجد المعدل‏
‏عادي، متوسط‏

English → Chinese - average

Pronunciation
(名) 平均; 平均水平; 平均数
(形) 一般的; 通常的; 平均的
(动) 均分; 使平衡; 平均为; 平均为

English → Chinese - average

Pronunciation
(名) 平均; 平均水準; 平均數
(形) 一般的; 通常的; 平均的
(動) 均分; 使平衡; 平均為; 平均為

English → Hindi - average

Pronunciation
n. आ‍ैसत
v. आ‍ैसत निकालना
a. आ‍ैसत दरजे का, सामान्य, मध्यम

English → Japanese - average

Pronunciation
(動) 平均して…になる; 平均して…を得る; 平均する
(形) 平均の; 平均的な; 標準の
(名) 平均; 普通, 標準

English → Korean - average

Pronunciation
명. 평균, 표준
형. 중간의; 보통의, 평균의
동. 평균하다

English → Vietnamese - average

Pronunciation
n. số trung bình, ở giửa
v. lấy, tính số trung bình
a. vừa phải

Definition of average

Pronunciation
Noun
1. Financial loss due to damage to transported goods; compensation for damage or loss.
2. Customs duty or similar charge payable on transported goods.
3. Proportional or equitable distribution of financial expense.
4. The arithmetic mean.
The average of 10, 20 and 24 is (10 + 20 + 24)/3 = 18.
5. Any measure of central tendency, especially any mean, the median, or the mode.
6. An indication of a player's ability calculated from his scoring record, etc.
Batting average
7. The service that a tenant owed his lord, to be done by the animals of the tenant, such as the transportation of wheat, turf, etc.
8. In the corn trade, the medial price of the several kinds of grain in the principal corn markets.
Adjective
9. Constituting or relating to the average.
The average age of the participants was 18.5.
10. Neither very good nor very bad; rated somewhere in the middle of all others in the same category.
I soon found I was only an average chess player.
11. Typical.
The average family will not need the more expensive features of this product.
12. Not outstanding, not good, banal; bad or poor.
Verb
13. To compute the arithmetic mean of.
If you average 10, 20 and 24, you get 18.
14. Over a period of time or across members of a population, to have or generate a mean value of.
The daily high temperature last month averaged 15°C.
15. To divide among a number, according to a given proportion.
To average a loss
16. To be, generally or on average.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: averaging
Present: average (3.person: averages)
Past: averaged
Future: will average
Present conditional: would average
Present Perfect: have averaged (3.person: has averaged)
Past Perfect: had averaged
Future Perfect: will have averaged
Past conditional: would have averaged
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