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average

noun
 
 
/ˈævərɪdʒ/
AMOUNT [C] B1 an amount calculated by adding some amounts together and then dividing by the number of amounts
ortalama
They work an average of 30.5 hours per week.Averages
USUAL [C, U] B1 the usual or typical amount
vasat, sıradan olan
well above/below averageAverages
on average B2 usually, or based on an average
ortalama olarak, aşağı yukarı
Female workers earn, on average, a third less than men.Averages
Translations of “average”
in Arabic مُعَدَّل, مُتَوسِّط…
in Korean 평균, 보통…
in Malaysian purata…
in French moyenne…
in Italian media…
in Chinese (Traditional) 數量, 平均數, 平均…
in Russian среднее число…
in Polish przeciętna, średnia…
in Vietnamese trung bình…
in Spanish media…
in Portuguese média…
in Thai ค่าเฉลี่ย…
in German der Durchschnitt…
in Catalan mitjana…
in Japanese 平均(値), 通常の量, 標準値…
in Indonesian rata-rata…
in Chinese (Simplified) 数量, 平均数, 平均…
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