Translations for 'statistic'
- British English: statistic Statistics are facts which are obtained from analysing information expressed in numbers, for example information about the number of times that something happens. NOUNOfficial statistics show real wages declining by 24%.
- Brazilian Portuguese: estatística
- Chinese: 统计数据统統计計数數据據
- European Spanish: estadística
- French: statistique
- German: Statistik
- Italian: statistica
- Japanese: 統計
- Korean: 통계
- Portuguese: estatística
- Spanish: estadística
Example Sentences Including 'statistic'
According to one industry statistic , the Canadian telemarketing industry is growing by 17 per cent each year.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Further background statistic : Luftwaffe average delivery during December 140 tons.
In Love and War
His seventh-minute goal to bring his team back on level terms meant more than just that plain statistic.
Glasgow Herald (2002)
I'm damned if I'm going to let this theft turn into another unsolved crime statistic.
THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: The Sangreal Trilogy One (2004)
She probably thought I was another divorce statistic waiting to happen and didn't quibble.
That statistic proved merely a blip, however, to the overall market.
The boys have become part of the awful statistic of that time, 23 dead in just over a week.
Belfast Telegraph (2003)
The often-quoted statistic about "moral values "begs the question of how voters interpreted those key words in post-election polls.
Outlook India (2004)
The proportion of women prisoners who are on remand, about 22 per cent, does not differ greatly from the equivalent statistic for men.
The Prisons We Deserve
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