Synonym: fair, medium, middle, ordinary, passable, usual. Antonym: maximum, minimum. Similar words: on average, coverage, brokerage, all over again, rage, enrage, courage, garage. Meaning: ['ævərɪdʒ] n. a statistic describing the location of a distribution. v. 1. amount to or come to an average, without loss or gain 2. achieve or reach on average 3. compute the average of. adj. 1. approximating the statistical norm or average or expected value 2. lacking special distinction, rank, or status; commonly encountered 3. lacking exceptional quality or ability 4. around the middle of a scale of evaluation of physical measures 5. relating to or constituting the most frequent value in a distribution 6. relating to or constituting the middle value of an ordered set of values (or the average of the middle two in a set with an even number of values).

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1. The

*average*salary is $39,000 a year.2. The children

*average*seven years of age.3. The

*average*salary is correlated with length of education.4.

*Average*incomes are rising more slowly.5. What's the

*average*snowfall for this region?6. Peter was a very

*average*golfer.7.

*Average*house prices decreased by 13% last year.8. The technical details mean nothing to the

*average*punter.9. She lays a clutch of four eggs on

*average*.10. She has an above

*average*IQ.11. January's sales were slightly better than

*average*.12. The

*average*of 4, 8[Sentence dictionary], and 60 is 24.13.

*Average*earnings are around ￡20 000 per annum.14. An

*average*potato has about 90 calories.15. The

*average*male tiger weighs around 200 kg.16.

*Average*earnings for unskilled workers are decreasing now.17. The

*average*UK coal seam is one metre thick.18. The

*average*age of the boys in this class is 23.19. Private childcare is still too expensive for the

*average*earner.20. An

*average*electric bill might go up $2 or $3 per month.21. Their research shows that the

*average*individual watches around three and a half hours of television per day.22. My fish

*average*2 lb 8 oz and I've had two eight-pounders.23. The

*average*output of the factory is 20 cars a day.24. The

*average*yearly increment in labour productivity in industry was 4.5 per cent.25. The

*average*of the three numbers 7, 12 and 20 is 13, because the total of 7, 12 and 20 is 39, and 39 divided by 3 is 13.26. The

*average*weight of a baby at birth is just over seven pounds.27. The

*average*turnaround for a passport application is six working days.28. I've got two bright students, but the rest are

*average*.29. One can extrapolate the size of the building from the measurements of an

*average*room.30. In the autumn of 1940 London was blitzed by an

*average*of two hundred aircraft a night.More similar words: on average, coverage, brokerage, all over again, rage, enrage, courage, garage, for ages, storage, suffrage, encourage, discourage, courageous, waver, over and over, discouraged, courageously, slavery, encouragement, aversion, discouragement, quavering, cavernous, overall, antislavery, several, verbiage, veracity, severance.