averages

All Noun Verb
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  • Sometimes averages do not give the kind of information needed to save lives.
  • He ended the season top of the national averages for the first time.
  • Currently it is about long and averages about wide, making it about in size.
  • Still, Smith was third in the first-class averages in his first full season.
  • The city's downtown typically has lower crime than national and state averages.
  • They are below both state and regional averages for several years.
  • Victoria averages just two or three days per year with at least of snow on the ground.
  • Every month of the year averages at least two days with a low temperature of or lower.
  • In terms of broadcast length, the ceremony generally averages three and a half hours.
  • Only five players scored more runs, all at lower averages.
  • The water of the lake averages below, even during the summer.
  • The region averages per year, most of which falls between October and December.
  • The average daily temperature averages between during summer and winter months.
  • Over those two years that averages to over one thousand executions a day.
  • In January, the daily temperature range averages between during the day to at night.
  • Across the day the channel averages about twice the audience of Sky News.
  • The averages remained constant for all seven days of the week.
  • Much of the surface is covered by a shallow ocean that averages less than ten feet deep.
  • Rainfall averages about per year but can be as high as in the northern islands.
  • Rainfall averages near sea level at the south end but appears to be much more at the high north end.
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Root form of averages is average for both verb and noun.

Meaning of averages

  • noun A statistic describing the location of a distribution
    it set the norm for American homes
  • noun (sports) the ratio of successful performances to opportunities
  • noun An intermediate scale value regarded as normal or usual
    he is about average in height, the snowfall this month is below average
  • verb Amount to or come to an average, without loss or gain
    The number of hours I work per work averages out to 40
  • verb Achieve or reach on average
    He averaged a C
  • verb Compute the average of