**Meaning: **intend to convey or refer to

**Singular and Plural of ****Mean**

Singular |
plural |

mean | means |

## Mean as a Singular Noun in Example Sentences:

- What is the
**mean**of this data set? - The
**mean**of the scores was higher than expected. - The professor explained the concept of
**mean**in statistics. - She calculated the
**mean**by adding up all the numbers. - The computer program can quickly calculate the
**mean**for large datasets. - The company’s performance was below the
**mean**for the industry. - The students learned how to find the
**mean**in math class. - The
**mean**serves as a measure of central tendency. - The statistician analyzed the
**mean**and standard deviation of the data. - The
**mean**value can be influenced by outliers in the dataset.

## Mean as a Plural Noun in Example Sentences:

- The survey results showed the
**means**of the different age groups. - The report highlighted the different
**means**of transportation used. - The city invested in various sustainable
**means**of energy production. - The researchers explored alternative
**means**of communication. - The study compared the cost-effectiveness of different
**means**of transportation. - The company explored new marketing
**means**to reach customers. - The panel discussed the ethical
**means**of achieving the desired outcome. - The team brainstormed creative
**means**to solve the problem. - The government implemented measures to improve the
**means**of public transportation. - The book described the historical
**means**of warfare.

## Singular Possessive of Mean

The singular possessive form of “Mean” is “Mean’s”.

### Examples of Singular Possessive Form of Mean:

- I don’t understand
**Mean’s**explanation of the concept. - The success of the project relies on
**Mean’s**expertise. **Mean’s**opinion carries weight in the discussion.- The responsibility for the decision lies with
**Mean’s**team. - We need to consider
**Mean’s**perspective in this matter. - I can’t predict
**Mean’s**reaction to the news. - The outcome is uncertain; we’ll have to wait for
**Mean’s**decision. **Mean’s**presence at the meeting was influential.- The book explores the depths of
**Mean’s**mind. - The responsibility for the mistake falls on
**Mean’s**shoulders.

## Plural Possessive of Mean

The plural possessive form of “Mean” is “Means'”.

### Examples of Plural Possessive Form of Mean:

- The success of the project relies on the
**Means’**combined efforts. - The decisions of the
**Means’**group were well-reasoned. - We should consider the
**Means’**perspectives before finalizing the plan. - The achievements of the
**Means’**team were remarkable. - The responsibilities are divided among the
**Means’**departments. - The funding for the project came from the
**Means’**investors. - The challenges faced by the
**Means’**organization were significant. - The ideas presented by the
**Means’**staff were innovative. - The accomplishments of the
**Means’**team were celebrated. - The opinions of the
**Means’**members differ on this issue.