average out at

This page is about the phrasal verb average out at.

Meaning: to come to a certain amount on average

For example:

  • average out at sth My wife's income depends on how many paintings she sells, but it averages out at about $10,000 a month.

  • average out at sth The time I spend working on my novel varies quite a bit, but it averages out at about two hours a day.

Quick Quiz:

Julie's expenses can range from $500 a week up to $1000 dollars a week, but they average out at around

a. $300 a week

b. $700 a week

c. $1100 a week

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Contributor: Matt Errey