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median

Pronunciation: /ˈmiːdiən/

Translation of median in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [Mathematics/Matemáticas] [value/wage] medio
    Example sentences
    • He says the poorest bankruptcy filers, people who fall below the median income in their state, can wipe out their debts the same way they did before.
    • The first value corresponds to the most heterogeneous values observed in the literature and the second to a median value.
    • Frequencies of recombination correspond to the median value of two or three fluctuation tests, each one done with six independent colonies.
    1.2 (in middle) [formal] intermedio
    Example sentences
    • However, results may be limited, because the bladder neck and median prostate lobe cannot be treated.
    • The normally obliterated umbilical artery within the urachus forms the median umbilical ligament in the adult.
    • The volar compartment includes forearm wrist flexors, pronator tendons, and median and ulnar nerves and arteries.

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