Word: mean

Category: mean

People & Society, Arts & Entertainment, Health

Related words: mean

what, what does mean, what does, mean girls, mean lyrics, dictionary, what dreams mean, standard deviation, mean median mode, urban dictionary, mean green juice, google translate

Synonyms: mean

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: mean

spanish
promedio, medio, sórdido, avariento, piojoso, ...


german
gemein, vorhaben, effektivwert, mittlere, mittel, ...

french
pouilleux, avare, pingre, moyen, penser, ...

italian
cattivo, gretto, esoso, intendere, avaro, ...

portuguese
denotar, media, avaro, tencionar, avarento, ...

dutch
inhalig, vrekkig, middelbaar, hebzuchtig, gemiddeld, ...

russian
невзрачный, пакостный, скаредный, смущающийся, предназначать, ...

norwegian
middel, lav, gjennomsnittlig, bety, gjerrig

swedish
nedrig, betyda, snål, elak

finnish
kelju, merkitä, viheliäinen, aikoa, saita, ...

danish
betyde, gennemsnitlig, mene

czech
nešlechetný, mínit, myslet, nízký, mrzký, ...

polish
małostkowy, środek, obskurny, małoduszny, średni, ...

hungarian
középút, középérték

turkish
cimri, hasis, orta

greek
εννοώ, τσιγκούνης, παραδόπιστος, σημαίνω

ukrainian
солодкомовний

albanian
nënkuptoj, mesëm, mesatar

belarusian
чуць

estonian
õel, tähendama

icelandic
ætla, meina

latin
vilis

latvian
vidējais

romanian
semna, medie

slovak
znamenať

Popularity stats: mean

Most searched by regions

Mississippi, Texas, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida

Most searched by cities

Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Antonio, Atlanta

The meaning and "use of": mean

adjective
  • unwilling to give or share things, especially money; not generous.
  • unkind, spiteful, or unfair.
  • (especially of a place) poor in quality and appearance; shabby.
  • excellent; very skillful or effective.
  • (of a quantity) calculated as a mean; average.
  • equally far from two extremes.

noun
  • the value obtained by dividing the sum of several quantities by their number; an average.
  • a condition, quality, or course of action equally removed from two opposite (usually unsatisfactory) extremes.

verb
  • intend to convey, indicate, or refer to (a particular thing or notion); signify.
  • intend (something) to occur or be the case.
  • have as a consequence or result.

Random words