Mean Temperature

Science / Weather / Mean Temperature: The average of temperature readings taken over a specified amount of time. Often the average of the maximum and minimum temperatures.

Other Words for Mean

Mean Noun Synonyms: intend, design, purpose, plan, aim, have in mind, contemplate, have in view, want, wish, expect, hope, be motivated by, have as justification
Mean Verb Synonyms: portend, show, foretell, foreshadow, promise, presage, augur, herald
Mean Adjective Synonyms: denote, signify, indicate, note, specify, designate, represent, betoken, signal, carry, convey, drive at, refer to, allude to, communicate, express, bring out, get over or across, imply, suggest, connote, intimate, hint (at)
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Mean Wage

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Mean Wage: The average wage for a worker in a specified position or occupation, which is determined by adding together the total wages for all incumbents in a specific position or occupation and then dividing it MORE

Mean Time

Science / Tides and Currents / Mean Time: Time based upon the hour angle of the mean sun as distinguished from apparent time which is based upon the position of the real Sun. The difference between apparent and mean time is known as the equat MORE

Mean Tide Level (MTL)

Science / Tides and Currents / Mean Tide Level (MTL): A tidal datum. The arithmetic mean of mean high water and mean low water. Same as half-tide level. MORE

Mean Water Level (MWL)

Science / Tides and Currents / Mean Water Level (MWL): A datum. The mean surface elevation as determined by averaging the heights of the water at equal intervals of time, usually hourly. Mean water level is used in areas of little or no range in tide. MORE

Mean Water Level Line (MWLL)

Science / Tides and Currents / Mean Water Level Line (MWLL): The line on a chart or map which represents the intersection of the land with the water surface at the elevation of mean water level. MORE

Mean-Variance Criterion

Business / Finance / Mean-Variance Criterion: The selection of portfolios based on the means and variances of their returns. The choice of the higher expected return portfolio for a given level of variance or the lower variance portfolio for a gi MORE

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