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  • 41Mean — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Mean >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 mean mean medium intermedium average balance mediocrity generality Sgm: N 1 median median mode Sgm: N 1 golden mean golden mean &c.(mid c …

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  • 42mean — I [[t]min[/t]] v. meant, mean•ing 1) to have in mind as one s purpose or intention; intend 2) to intend for a particular destiny: They were meant for each other[/ex] 3) to intend to express or indicate: What do you mean by “perfect”?[/ex] 4) to… …

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  • 43mean — I. /min / (say meen) verb (meant /mɛnt/ (say ment), meaning) –verb (t) 1. to have in the mind as in intention or purpose (often with an infinitive as object): I mean to talk to her. 2. to intend for a particular purpose, destination, etc.: his… …

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  • 44mean — 1. (ethical) In many ethical systems the right path is presented as one that strikes a happy medium. It strays neither one way nor the other, but represents moderation, harmony, balance, and the avoidance of pitfalls on either side. Aristotle s… …

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  • 45mean — I verb 1) flashing lights mean the road is blocked Syn: signify, convey, denote, designate, indicate, connote, show, express, spell out; stand for, represent, symbolize; imply, suggest, intimate, hint at, insinuate …

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  • 46mean — mean1 verb (past and past participle meant) 1》 intend to convey or refer to.     ↘(of a word) have as its signification in the same language or its equivalent in another language.     ↘(mean something to) be of a specified degree of importance to …

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  • 47mean — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} verb Mean is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑expression, ↑move, ↑name, ↑sign, ↑symbol, ↑term, ↑word Mean is used with these nouns as the object: ↑death, ↑difference, ↑disaster …

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  • 48Mean — The simple mathematical average of a set of two or more numbers. The mean for a given set of numbers can be computed in more than one way, including the arithmetic mean method, which uses the sum of the numbers in the series, and the geometric… …

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  • 49mean — Synonyms and related words: Herculean, Lenten, Mickey Mouse, OK, Spartan, abject, abominable, absolutely, abstemious, abstruse, abysmal, ace high, add up to, affect, agency, agent, ailing, aim, aim at, allegorize, allude to, amidships, apparatus …

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  • 50mean — I Australian Slang 1. (of a person involved in a competitive activity, as sport, business, etc.) sufficiently accomplished and determined to make success very difficult for an opponent: mean bowler ; 2. powerful; effective; having a vicious… …

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  • 51mean — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) I adj. humble; ignoble; in significant; stingy, miserly; sor did, niggardly. See parsimony, servility, badness. II Midway Nouns mean, medium; average, normal, rule, balance; mediocrity, generality;… …

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  • 52mean — I verb 1) flashing lights mean the road is blocked Syn: signify, denote, indicate, show, express, spell out, stand for, represent, symbolize, imply, suggest, intimate 2) she didn t mean to break it Syn …

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  • 53mean — A statistical measurement of central tendency or average of a set of values, usually assumed to be the arithmetic m. unless otherwise specified. [M.E., mene fr. O.Fr., fr. L. medianus, in the middle] arithmetic m. the m. calculated by adding a… …

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  • 54Mean — 1. (of a person involved in a competitive activity, as sport, business, etc.) sufficiently accomplished and determined to make success very difficult for an opponent: mean bowler ; 2. powerful; effective; having a vicious energy: big mean motor ; …

    Dictionary of Australian slang

  • 55mean — 1. noun A measure of central tendency of a *population of data. The arithmetic mean is popularly referred to as the *average, and it is calculated by adding together the values of individual items in a set of numbers and dividing the total by the …

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  • 56mean — /mi:n/ adjective average ● The mean annual increase in sales is 3.20%. ♦ mean price the average price of a share in a day’s trading ■ noun the average or number calculated by adding several quantities together and dividing by the number of… …

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  • 57mean —  , median  Each of these terms has a very specific meaning. The American Heritage Dictionary defines mean as a number that typifies a set of numbers, such as a geometric mean or an arithmetic mean, or the average value of a set of numbers. Median …

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  • 58mean — arithmetic mean; n. the average of a group of observations calculated by adding their values and dividing by the number in the group. When one or more observations are substantially different from the rest, which can influence the arithmetic mean …

    The new mediacal dictionary

  • 59mean — /mi:n/ adjective average ● The mean annual increase in sales is 3.20%. ■ noun the average or number calculated by adding several quantities together and dividing by the number of quantities added ● Unit sales are over the mean for the first… …

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  • 60mean — 1. verb /miːn/ a) To intend. Anone he meaned hym, and wolde have had hym home unto his ermytage. b) To intend, to plan (to do); to have as ones intention. Syn: convey, indicate …

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