|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|mean value theorem||1.75||0.4||4301||85|
|mean median mode||0.74||0.2||4592||97|
|mean girls cast||1.81||0.5||7093||51|
|mean cat meme||1.39||0.7||4375||9|
|meaning of non chalet||1.93||0.4||5473||22|
|mean girls 2||0.11||0.4||5660||16|
|meaning of center||0.93||1||2182||26|
|meaning of melancholy||0.9||0.3||2397||2|
|meaning of archive||0.72||1||4132||77|
|mean in spanish||0.96||1||5848||36|
|mean absolute error||1.34||0.2||7449||73|
|meaning of lol||1.23||0.8||5338||33|
|meaning of names||0.8||1||9979||47|
|meaning of life||1.94||0.6||4160||45|
|meaning of riley||0.02||0.6||8535||57|
|meaning of gaslighting||0.8||0.6||4248||1|
|meaning of woke||1.2||0.9||2075||56|
|meaning of bind||1.6||0.9||5379||99|
|meaningful beauty official site||1.43||0.7||9379||35|
|meaning of deepavali||0.03||1||1487||66|
2 : to be an indication of Those clouds mean rain. 3 : to have in mind as a purpose He meant to be funny. 4 : to intend for a particular use It's a book meant for children. 5 : to have importance to His visit meant a lot to me. 1 : deliberately unkind That was a mean trick. 3 : low in quality, worth, or dignity That was no mean achievement.What are some examples of mean?
Outside probability and statistics, a wide range of other notions of mean are often used in geometry and mathematical analysis; examples are given below. The arithmetic mean (or simply mean) of a list of numbers, is the sum of all of the numbers divided by the number of numbers. Similarly, the mean of a sampleWhat is the synonym of mean?
Choose the Right Synonym for mean. mean, ignoble, abject, sordid mean being below the normal standards of human decency and dignity. mean suggests small-mindedness, ill temper, or cupidity. mean and petty satire ignoble suggests a loss or lack of some essential high quality of mind or spirit.What is the plural of means?
noun Usually means. (used with a singular or plural verb) an agency, instrument, or method used to attain an end: The telephone is a means of communication. means, available resources, especially money: They lived beyond their means. considerable financial resources; riches: a man of means.