- n.平均水平；平均数；一般水准
- adj.平均的；典型的；正常的；普通的
- v.平均为；计算出…的平均数
- 网络平均值；海损

average

显示所有例句

1. | [obn] 平均的calculated by adding several amounts together, finding a total, and dividing the total by the number of amounts |

an average rate/cost/price 平均费率╱成本╱价格 | |

Average earnings are around £20 000 per annum. 年平均收入约为 2 万英镑。 | |

at an average speed of 100 miles per hour 以平均每小时 100 英里的速度 |

2. | 典型的；正常的typical or normal |

40 hours is a fairly average working week for most people. 对大多数人来说，一周工作 40 小时是相当正常的。 | |

children of above/below average intelligence 高于╱低于一般智力的儿童 | |

£20 for dinner is about average. 花 20 英镑吃正餐算是价格一般。 |

3. | 普通的；平常的；一般的ordinary; not special |

I was just an average sort of student. 我只是一个普通的学生。 |

1. | 平均数the result of adding several amounts together, finding a total, and dividing the total by the number of amounts |

The average of 4, 5 and 9 is 6. 4、5、9 三个数的平均数是 6。 | |

Parents spend an average of $220 a year on toys. 父母为孩子买玩具的花费每年平均为 220 元。 | |

If I get an A on this essay, that will bring my average(= average mark/grade) up to a B+. 如果我的这篇论文得 A，我的平均成绩就会提高到 B+。 |

2. | 平均水平；一般水准a level which is usual |

Temperatures are above/below average for the time of year. 温度高于╱低于此时的年平均温度。 | |

400 people a year die of this disease on average . 平均每年有 400 人死于这种疾病。 | |

Class sizes in the school are below the national average . 这所学校班上的人数少于全国平均数。 |

1. | [t][nopass] ~ sth 平均为to be equal to a particular amount as an average |

Economic growth is expected to average 2% next year. 明年经济增长预计平均可达 2%。 | |

Drivers in London can expect to average about 12 miles per hour(= to have that as their average speed) . 估计伦敦的驾车者平均时速为 12 英里。 |

2. | [t][i] ~ (sth) 计算出…的平均数to calculate the average of sth |

Earnings are averaged over the whole period. 所计算的是整个时期的平均收入。 |

更多例句筛选

收起例句筛选

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.