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Translation of "statistics" - English-Spanish dictionary

statistics

noun plural /stəˈtistiks/
figures giving information about something
datos estadísticos
There were 900 deaths and 20,000 injuries on the roads last year, but the statistics for the previous year were worse.
statistical adjective
estadístico
statistical data.
statistically adverb
estadísticamente
statistician /stӕtiˈstiʃən/ noun a person who is an expert in statistics.
estadista
Translations of “statistics”
in Arabic إحْصائيّات…
in Korean 통계학…
in Malaysian perangkaan…
in French statistiques…
in Turkish istatistik, istatistik bilimi…
in Italian statistica…
in Russian статистика…
in Polish statystyka…
in Vietnamese số liệu thống kê…
in Portuguese estatística…
in Thai สถิติ…
in German die Statistik…
in Catalan estadística…
in Japanese 統計…
in Indonesian statistik…
(Definition of statistics from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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