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mean English (Verb Verb) (Ireland, UK, _, regional) To lament. (intransitive) To have intentions of a given kind. [from 14th c.]. (transitive) Of a word, symbol etc: to have reference to, to signify. [from 8th c.]. [...](Ireland, UK, _, regional) To lament. (intransitive) To have intentions of a given kind. [from 14th c.]. (transitive) Of a word, symbol etc: to have reference to, to signify. [from 8th c.]. [...]
mean English (Adjective) (chiefly, UK) Ungenerous; stingy, tightfisted; North American English: cheap; formal: niggardly, penurious, miserly.. (informal, often, childish) Difficult, tricky.. (obsolete) Common; general.. [...](chiefly, UK) Ungenerous; stingy, tightfisted; North American English: cheap; formal: niggardly, penurious, miserly.. (informal, often, childish) Difficult, tricky.. (obsolete) Common; general.. [...]
mean English (Adjective Noun) (obsolete) Middling; intermediate; moderately good, tolerable.. Having the mean (see noun below) as its value. (mathematics) Any function of multiple variables that satisfies certain properties [...](obsolete) Middling; intermediate; moderately good, tolerable.. Having the mean (see noun below) as its value. (mathematics) Any function of multiple variables that satisfies certain properties [...]
mean Manx (Noun) Average. Centre, middle. Interior.Average. Centre, middle. Interior.
mean Scots
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