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Definição de 'average'

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We drank on average just a third of a glass a week. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We are an average family with an average house. The Sun (2016)No wonder a higher than average number of these marriages ended in divorce. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Is it twice a month on average? Times, Sunday Times (2017)Average wages are growing almost three times as fast. The Sun (2016)Mixed fleet crew earn just over the minimum wage and below the national average. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The average cost of the holiday was 4,000. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Ours last year averaged 13 % across the various accounts. Times, Sunday Times (2017)That adds up to average pay of 73,000. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are running at an average of just under one house per fortnight on active sites. The Sun (2010)The commercial expeditions argue that they already pay many multiples of the average wage for the area. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The south cooled down significantly and temperatures are set to remain around or below average this week. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Details of the gap between highly paid bureaucrats and staff on average salaries will also be published. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Find the average temperature by adding the three figures together and dividing by three. Chaitow, Leon Body Odour (1994)The interior is spacious and a cut above the class average in terms of quality. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But ratings have dropped by a million to an average of five million. The Sun (2007)We used to be an average size eight for men and four for women. The Sun (2014)Each team will get an average of five days between matches. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Our average age was eighteen years one month. Len Deighton BomberBut temperatures well below average are predicted for next week. The Sun (2014)This is more than two hundred times the average wage and some fifty times the salary of domestic airline pilots. Low, Nicholas Politics, Planning and the State (1990)Many of us will be left with a festive debt hangover which takes an average of three months to pay off. The Sun (2013)The average height of French soldiers increased by a centimetre in a generation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Five minutes is a good average, by the way. The Sun (2009)The cost of care averages about 1,000 a week. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They are deprived of an average two hours' sleep a night. The Sun (2007)The average price paid by firms when people click on their ads is down 15 per cent in a year. The Sun (2012)The trial results show that people fitted with it lost on average 30% of their excess weight in a year. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The average house price in London is now 300,000. Times, Sunday Times (2007)

Sinônimos de average

make on average, be on average, even out to, do on average

Listas de Palavras

Mathematical terms

Tendências de average

Palavra muito usada. average é uma das 1000 palavras mais frequentemente usadas no dicionário Collins

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Traduções de average

Inglês Britânico: average /ˈævərɪdʒ; ˈævrɪdʒ/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe a figure as average, you mean that it represents a numerical average.
The average price of goods rose by just 2.2%.
  • Inglês Americano: average
  • Árabe: مُعَدَّل
  • Português Brasileiro: médio
  • Chinês: 平均的
  • Croata: prosječan
  • Tcheco: průměrný
  • Dinamarquês: gennemsnitlig
  • Holandês: gemiddeld
  • Espanhol Europeu: medio promedio
  • Finlandês: keskimääräinen
  • Francês: moyen
  • Alemão: durchschnittlich
  • Grego: μέσος
  • Italiano: medio
  • Japonês: 平均の
  • Coreano: 평균의
  • Norueguês: gjennomsnittlig
  • Polonês: przeciętny
  • Português Europeu: médio
  • Romeno: mediu
  • Russo: средний
  • Espanhol: medio promedio
  • Sueco: genomsnittlig
  • Tailandês: โดยเฉลี่ย
  • Turco: ortalama
  • Ucraniano: середній
  • Vietnamita: trung bình
Inglês Britânico: average /ˈævərɪdʒ; ˈævrɪdʒ/ NOUN
An average is the result that you get when you add two or more numbers together and divide the total by the number of numbers you added together.
Take the average of those ratios and multiply by a hundred.
  • Inglês Americano: average
  • Árabe: مُعَدَّل
  • Português Brasileiro: média
  • Chinês: 平均数
  • Croata: prosjek
  • Tcheco: průměr
  • Dinamarquês: gennemsnit
  • Holandês: gemiddelde
  • Espanhol Europeu: promedio
  • Finlandês: keskiarvo
  • Francês: moyenne statistiques
  • Alemão: Durchschnitt
  • Grego: μέσος όρος
  • Italiano: media
  • Japonês: 平均
  • Coreano: 평균
  • Norueguês: gjennomsnitt
  • Polonês: średnia
  • Português Europeu: média
  • Romeno: medie
  • Russo: среднее арифметическое
  • Espanhol: promedio
  • Sueco: genomsnitt
  • Tailandês: ค่าเฉลี่ย
  • Turco: ortalama
  • Ucraniano: середнє число
  • Vietnamita: mức trung bình
Inglês Britânico: average VERB
To average a particular amount means to do, get, or produce that amount as an average over a period of time.
We averaged 42 miles per hour.
  • Inglês Americano: average
  • Português Brasileiro: alcançar uma média de
  • Chinês: 平均为
  • Espanhol Europeu: hacer un promedio de
  • Francês: atteindre en moyenne
  • Alemão: einen Durchschnitt erreichen von
  • Italiano: fare in media
  • Japonês: 平均する
  • Coreano: 평균 ~이다
  • Português Europeu: alcançar uma média de
  • Espanhol: hacer un promedio de

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Definição de average do Collins Dicionário Inglês
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