Verb: означать иметь в виду значить подразумевать
Noun: среднее среднее значение середина средство
Adjective: средний серединный скупой подлый


change in mean - изменение среднего (значения)

column mean square - средний квадрат для столбцов

convergence in the mean - сходимость в среднем

to descend to a mean trick - поступить низко, нечестно

deviation from mean - отклонение от среднего (значения)

dispersion about the mean - рассеяние вокруг среднего значения

downright mean - ужасно подлый

accuracy in the mean - средняя точность, точность в среднем

no mean / no small feat - нелёгкое дело

mean action - низость, подлость

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I only meant to help you - Я лишь хотела помочь вам

She means to win. - Она собирается выиграть.

A red sky means rain. - Красное небо — к дождю.

I mean no harm. - У меня нет никаких дурных намерений. / Я не намереваюсь причинить вред.

He's too mean to buy a present for his wife. - Он слишком скуп, чтобы купить своей жене подарок.

It was mean of him not to invite her. - С его стороны было подло её не пригласить.

Is this valuable painting meant for me? - Эта ценная картина предназначена для меня?

What do you mean by that? - Что вы хотите этим сказать? / Что вы под этим подразумеваете?

'Hey you!' 'Do you mean me?' - — Эй, ты! — Это ты мне?

Health means everything. - Здоровье — это всё.

You never understand what I mean! - Ты никогда меня не понимаешь!

Don't be so mean to her! - Не будь с ней таким жестоким!

I didn't mean for her to get hurt. - Я не хотел, чтобы ей было больно. / Я не хотел её обидеть.

I was meant to teach. - Мне было суждено стать преподавателем.

I felt a bit mean asking him to help. - Я чувствовал себя немного неловко, когда просил его помочь.

That was a mean thing to do. - Это было подло.

Red meansstopand green meansgo.” - Красный цвет означает “стой”, а зелёный — “иди”.

He meant the world to her. - Он был для неё целым миром.

The medal meant a lot to him. - Эта медаль многое для него значила.

I didn't mean this to happen at all. - Я совсем не хотел, чтобы это случилось.

Happiness means everything. - Счастье — это всё!

I never meant you to find out. - Я не хотел, чтобы ты об этом узнала.

It's a mean trick to play on someone. - Так поступать с людьми — подло.

I know how much your work means to you. - Я знаю, сколько работа для тебя значит.

I don't trust him. He means no good. - Я ему не доверяю: у него на уме что-то недоброе.

You don't really mean that, do you? - Ты же на самом деле так не думаешь, правда? / Ты же это не всерьёз, правда?

I meant the pink dress, not the red one. - Я имел в виду розовое платье, а не красное.

The mean annual rainfall was 852 mm. - Среднегодовое количество осадков составило 852 миллиметра.

I didn't mean you to read the letter. - Я не предполагал, что ты прочтёшь письмо.

I meant we'd have to leave early - that's all. - Я имел в виду, что нам придётся уйти пораньше, и всё.

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Связанные термины:

I mean: You say ' I mean ' when making clearer something that you have just said .

no mean: of high quality

mean life: the average time of existence of an unstable or reactive entity, such as a nucleus, elementary particle, charge carrier, etc; lifetime . It is equal to the half-life divided by 0.693 15

mean sun: an imaginary sun moving along the celestial equator at a constant rate and completing its annual course in the same time as the sun takes to move round the ecliptic at a varying rate. It is used in the measurement of mean solar time

mean time: the time, at a particular place, measured in terms of the passage of the mean sun ; the timescale is not precisely constant

you mean: You use ' you mean ' in a question to check that you have understood what someone has said .

golden mean: the middle course between extremes

mean streak: If someone has a streak of a particular type of behaviour, they sometimes behave in that way.

a bit mean: If someone is being mean, they are being unkind to another person, for example by not allowing them to do something.

harmonic mean: the reciprocal of the arithmetic mean of the reciprocals of a set of specified numbers : the harmonic mean of 2, 3, and 4 is 3( 1 ⁄ 2 + 1 ⁄ 3 + 1 ⁄ 4 ) –1 = 3 6 ⁄ 13

mean anomaly: something anomalous

mean business: to be serious and determined about what you are doing

mean distance: the average of the greatest and least distances of a celestial body from its primary

mean-spirited: characterized by malice or pettiness

arithmetic mean: an average value of a set of integers, terms, or quantities, expressed as their sum divided by their number

geometric mean: the average value of a set of n integers, terms, or quantities, expressed as the n th root of their product

mean a loss: Loss is the fact of no longer having something or having less of it than before.

mean deviation: the difference between an observed value of a variable and its mean

mean well by: to have good intentions or friendly, helpful feelings toward

no mean sth: You can use no mean in expressions such as ' no mean writer ' and ' no mean golfer ' to indicate that someone does something well .

to mean well: If you say that someone means well, you mean they are trying to be kind and helpful, even though they might be causing someone problems or upsetting them.

mean free path: the average distance travelled by a particle, atom, etc, between collisions

mean sea level: (in the UK) the sea level used by the Ordnance Survey as a datum level, determined at Newlyn in Cornwall

mean solar day: the time between two successive passages of the mean sun across the meridian at noon . It is equal to 24 hours 3 minutes and 56.555 seconds of mean sidereal time

mean-spiritedness: the quality of being mean-spirited

how do you mean: If you say ' How do you mean? ' to someone, you are asking them to explain or give more details of what they have just said .

mean lethal dose: the amount of a drug or other substance that, when administered to a group of experimental animals, will kill 50 per cent of the group in a specified time

mean piston speed: The mean piston speed is the distance traveled by a piston in a specified amount of time.

mean solar time: time based on the mean sun : used as the basis for standard time because it has exactly equal divisions

mean-tone tuning: an individual's character, disposition, and tendencies as revealed in his or her reactions

mean value theorem: the theorem that for a function continuous on a closed interval and differentiable on the corresponding open interval, there is a point in the interval such that the difference in functional values at the endpoints is equal to the derivative evaluated at the particular point and multiplied by the difference in the endpoints

root mean square: the square root of the average of the squares of a set of numbers or quantities

to mean business: If you say that someone means business, you mean they are serious and determined about what they are doing.

Greenwich Mean Time: mean solar time on the 0° meridian passing through Greenwich, England, measured from midnight : formerly a standard time in Britain and a basis for calculating times throughout most of the world, it has been replaced by an atomic timescale

mean something to sb: If a name, word, or phrase means something to you, you have heard it before and you know what it refers to.

mean deviation from the mean: the difference between an observed value of a variable and its mean

you know what I mean if you know what I mean: You can use expressions such as you know what I mean and if you know what I mean to suggest that the person listening to you understands what you are trying to say, and so you do not have to explain any more.

average deviation: the difference between an observed value of a variable and its mean

mean deviation from the median: the difference between an observed value of a variable and its mean

brake mean effective pressure: Brake mean effective pressure is a calculation of the engine cylinder pressure that would give the measured brake horsepower .

msl: mean sea level

rms: root mean square

median lethal dose: the amount of a drug or other substance that, when administered to a group of experimental animals, will kill 50 per cent of the group in a specified time

anomaly: If something is an anomaly, it is different from what is usual or expected.

eccentric anomaly: something anomalous

magnetic anomaly: something anomalous

true anomaly: something anomalous

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Однокоренные слова:

meaning - значение, смысл, важность, значащий, значительный
meanly - подло, бедно, низко, слабо, скупо, скудно, мелочно
meanness - подлость, низость, убожество, посредственность

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