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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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    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 同義詞 central, mid, mean, medium, medial, ... 更多
    • (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
    • intermediate in rank, quality, or ability there is a dearth of talent at middle level 同義詞 intermediate, intermedial, intermediary, inner, inside
    • (of a language) of the period between the old and modern forms Middle High German
    • 2. denoting a voice of verbs in some languages, such as Greek, which expresses reciprocal or reflexive action.
    • denoting a transitive verb in English which does not have an equivalent passive, e.g. had in he had an idea.

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    • 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: 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

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • 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

    Oxford Dictionary

    • 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

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • 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

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the economic group between the upper and lower classes, including professional and business ... 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

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the social group between the upper and working classes, including professional and business ... 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

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      a period of ancient Egyptian history (c. 2040–1640 bc, 11th–14th dynasty).

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an area of compromise or possible agreement between two extreme positions, especially political ... each party wants to capture the votes of those perceived as occupying the middle ground

    Oxford American Dictionary

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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

    Oxford American Dictionary