Pronunciation of Mean
/mˈiːn/, /mˈiːn/, /m_ˈiː_n/
Antonyms for mean:
Synonyms for mean:
close-fisted, start out, augur, low quality, work up to, arithmetic mean, point to, Pinching, cohere, costive, the law of averages, mark out, per capita, Declassed, bad-tempered, asset, presage, Despisable, plan on, second class, despiteful, false, envisage, dishonest, low-down, economical, instrumentation, identify, smack of.
unwashed, tightfisted, plebeian, second-rate, instrument, obnoxious, odious, average out, mechanism, pesky, low-grade, royal, instrumentality, rocky, import, cranky, midway, nefarious, par, repugnant, abhorrent, ailing, truculent, lousy, querulous, drive at, sickly, snappish, detestable, sorry, herald, waspish, ill-tempered, get at, vulgar, substandard, indisposed, niggardly, irritable, abominable.
have in mind.
Other synonyms and related words:
execrable, plebeian, disagreeable, dirty, niggard, scabby, suggest, sordid, destine, drive at, think, obnoxious, nefarious, odious, scurvy, penurious, poor, cheap, wretched, purpose, little, beggarly, intermediary, mangy, niggardly, snide, base, scrubby, ignoble, sorry, ugly, crabbed, paltry, bespeak, scummy, inferior, humble, low-down, betoken, shabby, miserable, import, abject, ungenerous, lowly, design, squalid, abominable, spell, small.
standard, mediocre, conventional, dominant, middling, average, halfway, medium, middle-of-the-road, moderate, stock, run-of-the-mill, common, normal, commonplace, midmost, predominant, usual, customary, mezzo, stereotype, everyday, mid, ordinary, median.
hostile, rude (adjective)
disagreeable, vicious, despicable, vile, unfriendly, ill-tempered, perfidious, treacherous, sour, ignoble, nasty, contemptible, evil, bad-tempered, down, ugly, snide, dishonorable, troublesome, cantankerous, dirty, infamous, pesky, churlish, malicious, malign, rotten, lousy.
venomous, rancorous, baneful, malevolent, Black-hearted, antagonistic, vicious, spiteful, catty, churlish, wicked, malignant, nasty, sullen, bitter, baleful, perfidious, sinister, virulent, treacherous, corrosive, hostile, hateful, evil, malicious, foul, ill-natured, hurtful, vindictive.
half, mediocre, half-and-half, core, halfway, midmost, nuclear, mezzo, middle, centralized, intermediate, middle-of-the-road, average, mid, midway, median, center, central, equidistant, Bisecting, middling, medial, pivotal, axial, medium, geocentric.
poor; of or in inferior circumstances (adjective)
squalid, miserable, humble, low, plebeian, base, lowly, modest, petty, scruffy, vulgar, sordid, beggarly, second-rate, common, proletarian, shabby, wretched, inferior, ordinary, unwashed, lowborn, paltry, seedy, mediocre.
frugal, penny-pinching, stingy, miserly, spartan, petty, tight, cheeseparing, penurious, close-fisted, thrifty, abstemious, meager, niggardly, close, Pinching, narrow-fisted, austere, parsimonious, Hard-fisted, closefisted, ascetic.
dissociable, ungenial, petulant, dark, moody, melancholy, glum, cross, beetle-browed, uncooperative, noncooperative, sour, frowning, scowling, malevolent, contrary, unfriendly, morose, crabby, dejected, Moping, surly, hostile, sulky, grim, grouchy, cantankerous, cynical, glowering, broody, grumpy, sullen, dour, unsociable, gloomy, fretful, long-faced, obstinate, irascible.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
envisage, start out, plan on.
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
Sense 10 (noun)
Sense 11 (noun)
Sense 12 (noun)
Sense 13 (noun)
have in mind; intend (verb)
add up to.