averagenoun

  • ja平均、標準
  • ena quantity, rating, or the like that represents or approximates an arithmetic mean

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On average, how many hours of sleep does a mother get?
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Zero?
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That's right, that's correct.
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Not enough.
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How much does a gallon of gas cost?
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National average.
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Two dollars and two cents.
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That's right.
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What's your grade point average?
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I have a 4.0.
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So you're saying you have all As?
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That's what I'm saying.
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On average, Americans eat 3 hamburgers a week,
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totaling 50 billion a year across the country.
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USA.

Other meanings for average...

averageadjective

  • ja平均の、普通の
  • entypical, ordinary, or not special
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Finn McMissile, British Intelligence.
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Tow Mater, average intelligence.
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This anime is just — It's so beautiful, it's so heartfelt.
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It tells the story of your average, ordinary girl.
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And it dives into just her every day sadness and happiness.
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This is definitely not your average TV set.
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The logs are real.
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The antiques are real.
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There's not fake anything in here.
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It's not the punch of an average man.
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The thing that most punches have in common, I think, are that they start around the shoulder.
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But Harrison reaches so far back that there's a point where you think,
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"Is he getting something?"
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Oh, yeah, about our house, it moves, ’cause we travel all over the world.
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You see, my dad hosts his nature show.
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And my mom shoots it.
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Okay, so we’re not that average.
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If you’d been an ordinary average father like the other guys' dads,
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you would have understood that.
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- Good shirt, nice jacket. - Very kind face.
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I’m worried he’s got weird hands.
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- They seem like average hands. - They’re fine, they’re fine hands.
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I'm looking at you right now,
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and you're literally the most average person on earth.

averageadjective

  • ja平均の、普通の
  • encalculated by adding quantities together and then dividing by the number of quantities
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Louis Vuitton has held the title for world’s most valuable luxury brand for more than a decade.
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Its limited edition handbags can cost upwards of $55,000,
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that's 175 times the average cost of a new handbag in the United States.
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Now, the average foot speed of a Corgi is 10 miles per hour,
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which means, with every passing second, that slippery bastard gets farther away.
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Breitling has been making luxury watches for decades.
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Average cost: $7,500.
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They also have their own civilian jet team.
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Last year, the company started offering their top collectors a chance to ride shotgun in an L-39C Albatros jet.
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We discovered that the average order was 3 tins.
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So even though she's paying 11 bucks for customer acquisition, she was basically getting about $40 in order.
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So she was making money.
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I invested in that deal along with Bethenny Frankel.
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We made our money back in 90 days,
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because when it aired on 'Shark Tank,' it exploded.
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Despite the high prices, opulent houses remain attractive in Singapore.
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From the “billionaire haven” of Sentosa Cove to the high-rise suites in the Orchard Road neighborhood,
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the average residential property price in Singapore is more than $870,000,
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below Hong Kong, which hits more than $1.2 million.
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That makes Singapore the world’s second priciest city to buy a home.
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They're saying it's 6 years old.
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That's the average age of a kid getting a phone now.
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It really is overwhelming how much people write.
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They say the average time to get someone clemency is 7 to 10 years.
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I'm super proud of you, Kim.
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For one, because the more sea cucumbers are harvested, the rarer and more expensive they become.
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Average prices rose almost 17% worldwide between 2011 and 2016.
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And the rarer these animals get, the deeper divers are swimming to find them.
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That's when fishing gets dangerous.
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But according to a recent study,
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people in England would be willing to give up their best friend for an average price of $171,000.