Pronunciation of Average
/ˈavɹɪd͡ʒ/, /ˈavɹɪdʒ/, /ˈa_v__ɹ_ɪ_dʒ/
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Synonyms for average:
domain, formula, advanced, calculation, mathematics, makeshift, unexceptional, divisible, term, classically, expansion, locus, tally, Overrated, numeracy, guesstimate, division, bearable, polynomial, arithmetic mean, equation, innumerate, unsatisfactory, numerical, maths, abacus, score, binomial, unremarkable, formulaic, sum, per capita, garden-variety, log, math, long division, calculable, mathematician, logarithm, statistical, algorithm, multiplication table, projection, livable, annualized, times table, unspectacular, the law of averages, nth, qualitative, proposition, substandard, quadratic equation, exponent, countdown, innumeracy, unimpressive, index, exacting, head count, unusable, probability, approximation, exponential, numerate, solution, variable, reckoning, goodish, computational, mathematical, suboptimal, unsatisfying, figure, double digit, cut-and-dried, decimal, disappointing, classical, middle-sized, theorem, expression, fallible, hexadecimal, wanting, mental arithmetic, deviation, decimal place.
Other synonyms and related words:
countdown, equate, beggarly, classically, garden-variety, nth, index, decimal, bonnie, goodish, garden, disappointing, modal, typical, bearable, base, formula, above, arithmetic mean, questionable, sufficient, passable, fallible, exacting, maths, hateful, score, true, qualitative, average out, negative, mingy, tolerable, second-rate, unimpressive, indivisible, division, classical, comely, adequate, sum, suboptimal, calculable, reasonable, miserly, meanspirited, unfit, reckoning, unexceptional, numerate, domain, fair, unnumbered, unremarkable, exponential, numerical, tidy, poor, unspectacular, norm, respectable, jar, indifferent, run, formulaic, annualized, unsatisfactory, clean, substandard, tight, advanced, bonny, decent, locus, bastardly, just, binary, honest, innumerate, fairish, archetypal, abacus, wanting, satisfactory, crack-up, acceptable, feeble, low, undistinguished, middle-sized, binomial, sightly, proposition, cut-and-dried, plain, solution, standard-issue, workaday, par, mathematician, figure, approximation, inferior, even, computational, midsize, prosaic.
medium, median, halfway, commonplace, middling, everyday, customary, midmost, stereotype, common, moderate, middle-of-the-road, mediocre, stock, usual, conventional, mid, ordinary, normal, mean, dominant, run-of-the-mill, standard, predominant, mezzo.
core, halfway, central, geocentric, centralized, mezzo, mid, Bisecting, medium, mean, middle-of-the-road, equidistant, half-and-half, mediocre, middling, axial, midmost, middle, nuclear, intermediate, medial, median, half, pivotal.
normal, typical (adjective)
garden, Familiar, regular, common, mediocre, middling, commonplace, tolerable, usual, customary, passable, undistinguished, general, ordinary, unexceptional, fair, standard, medium, intermediate, so-so, garden-variety, moderate, everyday.
numerical mean (adjective)
customary, continual, frequent, Familiar, orthodox, cyclical, mundane, canonical, prevailing, habitual, periodic, usual, steady, normal, monotonous, accustomed, epochal, routine, recurrent, ordinary, rhythmic, stock, chronic, commonplace, general, everyday, Predominating, regular, common, standard, constant, conventional, metronomic, universal, traditional.
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normal, typical amount (noun)
obtain numerical mean (verb)
Usage examples for average:
- We English do not know the sorrows which average men and women go through, and have been going through, alas! - "The Water of Life and Other Sermons", Charles Kingsley.
- In that respect the average woman's nature has not changed. - "Primitive Love and Love-Stories", Henry Theophilus Finck.
- On the contrary, he was but little above the average size. - "The Veiled Lady and Other Men and Women", F. Hopkinson Smith.