average out (at something)


average out (at something)
ˌaverage ˈout (at sth) derived
to result in an average amount over a period of time or when several things are considered

The cost should average out at about £6 per person.

Sometimes I pay, sometimes he pays— it seems to average out

(= result in us paying the same amount)

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Main entry:averagederived

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