- n.平均水平( average的名词复数 ); （速度等的）平均率; 平均估价;
On the law of averages we just can't go on losing.
The rainfall averages 1000 mm a year.
There are six glasses of wine in one bottle, which averages out to 50p a glass.
Rainfall averages out in this part of the country at 800 mm a year.
Snowfall averages out in this part of the country at twenty inches a year.
These values should be regarded as rough averages only.
The use of averages in such circumstances is obviously deceptive.
The different averages depend upon which trees in the stand are selected.
The rainfall there averages 300 mm a year.
A cow's estrus cycle averages 21 days.
Statistics also tells us how to compute measures such as averages or deviations.
In the adult the heart rate averages 70 to 80 beats a minute.
Biology, physics, and chemistry have ruined many freshmen s grade point averages.
生物, 物理, 化学已经拉低了许多大学新声的平均成绩.
Renewal averages across the league are typically about 85 %.
The hotel averages 50 to 100 foreign guests daily.
For example, in research with 3920 college students, Doctor Snyder and his colleagues found that the level of hope among freshmen at the beginning of their first semester was a more accurate predictor of their college grades, than were their SAT scores or their grade point averages in high school, the two measures most commonly used to predict college performance.