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average /ˈævərɪdʒ/ adjective

میانگین حسابی ، خسارت (دریائی) ، معدل گرفتن ، به دست اوردن مقدار متوسط ، مقدار متوسط ، میانگاه ، حد متوسط ، معدل ، متوسط ، درجه عادی ، حد وسط (چیزیرا) پیدا کردن ، میانه قرار دادن ، میانگین گرفتن ، رویهمرفته ، بالغ شدن ، علوم مهندسی: میانگین ، عمران: متوسط ، معماری: روی هم رفته ، قانون ـ فقه: میانگین ، خسارت بحری ، شیمی: متوسط حسابی ، روانشناسی: متوسط ، زیست شناسی: میانگین ، بازرگانی: خسارت در بیمه ، متوسط ، ورزش: میانگین موفقیت
مهندسی صنایع: معدل ، میانگین کامپیوتر: میانگین پزشکی: متوسط ، میانگین

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- usual, mean, medium, midpoint, norm, normal, par, standard
- on average: usually, as a rule, for the most part, generally, normally, typically
- usual, commonplace, fair, general, normal, ordinary, regular, standard, typical
- mean, intermediate, median, medium, middle
- make on average, balance out to, be on average, do on average, even out to
Antonyms: maximum, minimum
Contrasted words: choice, excellent, exceptional, prime, superior, conspicuous, noticeable, outstanding, prominent, bad, inferior, low-grade, poor, punk
Related Idioms: common or garden variety
Related Words: common, familiar, ordinary, customary, usual
English Thesaurus: normal, ordinary, average, standard, routine, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. average1 S2 W2 /ˈævərɪdʒ/ adjective

1. the average amount is the amount you get when you add together several quantities and divide this by the total number of quantities:
The age of the candidates ranged from 29 to 49 with an average age of 37.
The average cost of making a movie has risen by 15%.
Last winter was colder than average.
The cars were being sold at an average price of $11,000.

2. an average amount or quantity is not unusually big or small:
They have an average-size front garden and a large rear garden.
of average height/build/intelligence etc
He was in his late twenties and of average height.

3. having qualities that are typical of most people or things:
The average American has not even thought about next year’s election.
In an average week I drive about 250 miles.

4. neither very good nor very bad

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. average2 S2 noun
[Date: 1700-1800; Origin: average '(fair sharing out of costs resulting from) damage to or loss of a ship or the goods it carries' (15-20 centuries), from French avarie, from Arabic 'awariyah 'damaged goods']

1. [countable] the amount calculated by adding together several quantities, and then dividing this amount by the total number of quantities
average of
The average of 3, 8, and 10 is 7.
Each person raised an average of £60 to plant an acre of trees.
The December figures brought the annual average for 2001 up to 10.6 per cent.

2. on average based on a calculation about how many times something usually happens, how much money someone usually gets, how often people usually do something etc:
On average, men still earn more than women.
Nearly 80% of Swiss citizens on average turn out to vote.

3. [uncountable and countable] the usual level or amount for most people or things:
Streets in the town centre are wider than the average.
above/below average
The school’s eighth-graders are above average in science.
The murder rate in the city has risen to four times the national average.
law of averages at law(9)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. average3 verb

1. [linking verb] to usually do something or usually happen a particular number of times, or to usually be a particular size or amount:
The water in the lake is not particularly deep, averaging about 12 metres.
The airport averages about a thousand flights a month.
Inflation averaged just under 2.8% per year.

2. [transitive] to calculate the average of figures:
The rate of growth was averaged over a period of three years.
average out phrasal verb

1. if something averages out at a particular figure, it has that figure as an average over a period of time
average out at
Training costs for last year averaged out at £5,100 per trainee.
The government’s share of the cost was intended to average out at 25%.

2. average something ↔ out to calculate the average of something:
I averaged out the total increase at about 10%.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADV. very Peter was a very average golfer.
fairly | above, below an above average climb in prices

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADJ. annual | national The national average is just over two children per family.
overall | weighted | batting, bowling (both in cricket)
VERB + AVERAGE arrive at, calculate, find, work out You'll have to calculate the average.
PREP. above ~ His test results are well above average.
below ~, on ~ On average, prices have risen 6%.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: The average of hours spent watching television has increased.
GOOD: The average number of hours spent watching television has increased.
GOOD: The average hours spent watching television have increased.

Usage Note:
an/the average of + NUMBER: 'The average of 3, 4 and 8 is 5.' 'The test results produced an average of 65 per cent.'
the average number/amount/level/age of + NOUN: 'The average age of the children is five years and seven months.'
an/the average + NOUN: 'The average salary is $2100 a month.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

BAD: The article was about average British people and their reluctance to learn foreign languages.
GOOD: The article was about typical British people and their reluctance to learn foreign languages.
BAD: The Los Angeles Medical Centre announced that the average AIDS patient requires about two to three months of hospitalization.
GOOD: The Los Angeles Medical Centre announced that the typical AIDS patient requires about two to three months of hospitalization.

Usage Note:
average = not special or unusual in any way; of the usual standard or level: 'Anyone of average intelligence knows that drugs are dangerous.' 'The average student takes about two hours to complete the test.'
typical = having the same appearance, behaviour or characteristics as a particular type of person or thing: 'McGarron looked like a typical American car salesman.' 'John's wife is a typical teacher.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: on an average or on the average , law of averages

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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