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  1. middle

    • IPA[ˈmɪd(ə)l]

    英式

    • n.
      the point or position at an equal distance from the sides, edges, or ends of something;the point at or around the centre of a period of time, activity, etc.
    • adj.
      at an equal distance from the extremities of something; central;(of a member of a group or sequence) placed so as to have the same number of members on each side
    • v.
      (in cricket, tennis, etc.) strike (the ball) with the middle of the bat, racket, or club
    • noun: middle, plural noun: middles

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the point or position at an equal distance from the sides, edges, or ends of something:

      she stood alone in the middle of the street

    • 2. the point at or around the centre of a period of time, activity, etc.:

      we were married in the middle of December

    • 3. a person's waist and stomach:

      he had a towel round his middle

    • 4. the form or voice of a verb expressing reflexive or reciprocal action.
    • 5. short for middle term
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. at an equal distance from the extremities of something; central:

      the early and middle part of life

      middle and eastern Europe

    • 2. (of a member of a group or sequence) placed so as to have the same number of members on each side:

      the woman was in her middle forties

    • 3. intermediate in rank, quality, or ability:

      there is a dearth of talent at middle level

    • 4. (of a language) of the period between the old and modern forms:

      Middle High German

    • 5. denoting a voice of verbs in some languages, such as Greek, which expresses reciprocal or reflexive action.
    • 6. denoting a transitive verb in English which does not have an equivalent passive, e.g. had in he had an idea.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (in cricket, tennis, etc.) strike (the ball) with the middle of the bat, racket, or club:

      every shot he took on, he middled

    • adj.
      moderate or average in size, amount, or rank:
    • people on middling incomes
    • n.
      bulk goods of medium grade, especially flour of medium fineness.
    • adv.
      fairly or moderately:
    • middling rich

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    • adj.
      moderate or average in size, amount, or rank:
    • the village contained no poor households but a lot of middling ones
    • n.
      bulk goods of medium grade, especially flour of medium fineness.
    • adv.
      fairly or moderately:
    • middling rich

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    • n.
      the social group between the upper and working classes, including professional and business workers and their families:
    • the urbanization and expansion of the middle class

      commerce brought ever-increasing wealth to the middle classes

    • adj.
      relating to the middle class:
    • a middle-class suburb

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    • n. the middle class in the US, especially when regarded as a conservative political force:

    • they will tell him what Middle America thinks of a President who is prepared to face reality

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    • n.
      the social group between the upper and working classes, including professional and business people and their families:
    • the urbanization and expansion of the middle class

      commerce brought ever-increasing wealth to the middle classes

    • adj.
      relating to the middle class:
    • a middle-class suburb

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    • n. the middle class in the United States, regarded as a conservative political force:

    • they will tell him what Middle America thinks of a President who is prepared to face reality

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    • n. a person's name (typically a personal name) placed after the first name and before the surname.

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    • n. a policy or course of action which avoids extremes:

    • there is no middle way between central planning and capitalism

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    • IPA[ˈmidl]

    美式

    • n.
      the point or position at an equal distance from the sides, edges, or ends of something:
    • she stood alone in the middle of the street
    • adj.
      at an equal distance from the extremities of something; central:
    • the early and middle part of life

      middle and eastern Europe

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  2. 知識+

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