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Translation of "mean" - English-Turkish dictionary

mean

adjective     /miːn/
UNKIND
B2 unkind and unpleasant kaba, terbiyesiz, nezaketsiz I thought my sister was being mean to me.Unkind, cruel and unfeelingViolent or aggressiveTreating people or animals badlyInsults and abuseBad-tempered
NOT GENEROUS mainly UK
B2 A mean person does not like spending money, especially on other people. cimri, pinti, hasis, eli sıkı He's too mean to buy her a ring.Mean with money
VIOLENT mainly US
A mean person or animal is strong and violent, and makes people frightened. korkutucu, ürkütücü, kaba ve vahşi He's a big, mean guy.Violent or aggressiveUnkind, cruel and unfeelingTreating people or animals badly
GOOD [always before noun] informal
very good çok iyi, mükemmel, usta I make a mean spaghetti.Informal words for goodGood, better and bestQuite good, or not very good
AVERAGE [always before noun]
In maths, a mean number is an average number. (matematik) ortalama Their mean age at death was 84.6.StatisticsAverages
(Definition of mean adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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