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Icelandic-German translation for: meðaltal
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Dictionary Icelandic German: meðaltal

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Icelandic German
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NOUN   meðaltal | meðaltalið | meðaltals | meðaltöl
meðaltal {hv}Durchschnitt {m}
meðaltal {hv}Mittel {n} [Mittelwert]
meðaltal {hv}Mittelwert {m}
stærðf. rúmfræðilegt meðaltal {hv}geometrischer Mittelwert {m} <GM>
tölfr. vegið meðaltal {hv}gewichteter Mittelwert {m}
stærðf. þýtt meðaltal {hv}harmonischer Mittelwert {m} <HM>
 
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