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See mean.

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Means

  1. Plural form of mean.
  2. Patrono:Plurale tantum That by which something is done; a tool, device, or strategy to achieve something; as, a means to an end.
  3. Patrono:Plurale tantum Resources; riches; as, a person of means or independent means.

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Frequently contrasted with end (goal), as in “a means to an end”. Similar contrast is process vs. product.

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means

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mean.

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Present active participle of meō (go along, traverse)

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Patrono:La-present participle

  1. going along, passing, traversing

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Patrono:La-decl-3rd-part

ar:means zh-min-nan:means es:means fr:means io:means it:means kn:means ku:means hu:means ja:means no:means simple:means fi:means sv:means ta:means te:means tr:means vi:means zh:means

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