Definition of 'middle'
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We look short towards the middle and the back. The Sun (2016)It is a tale of hair from middle age and beyond. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The second half did not produce the giddy play of that middle period of the first half. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Cut down the middle giving two long strips. The Sun (2016)There is a golf course and driving range in the middle of the course. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Place in the middle of the foil. Times, Sunday Times (2016)For both sides, there has to be a middle way. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The reception staff will phone your room in the middle of the night if the Northern Lights are visible so you can rush outside to see them. The Sun (2016)There are three steps to getting back into the middle of life. Christianity Today (2000)The offer is open until the middle of next month. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It was dead in the middle of the course when she raced there. The Sun (2009)Liverpool is in the middle of two years of festivities. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Yet a nation that was once split down the middle is now firmly on his side. The Sun (2006)This followed a verbal altercation on their way from the middle. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We were right in the middle of a row. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The move would hit middle earners in final salary schemes if they receive a pay rise. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The reason it grew dark was that my plane was in the middle of the storm. The Other Side of MeWe lost too many wickets through the middle period. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Nine chapters take the unnamed narrator from boyhood to early middle age. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Where we have lost is in the middle part. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They are either this way or that way but it is the bit in the middle. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We are now in the middle of the sixth extinction episode. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We know that the middle class listen more to advertising than the poor. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You just sit there and stare into the middle distance. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Another irritation is the campaign against alcohol, stopping you from having a beer in the middle of a modern city if you are thirsty. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'middle'
British English: middle /ˈmɪdl/ NOUN
The middle of something is the part that is farthest from its edges, ends, or outside surface.
He stood in the middle of the room.
- American English: middle
- Arabic: وَسَطُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: centro
- Chinese: 中间
- Croatian: sredina
- Czech: prostřední
- Danish: midte
- Dutch: midden
- European Spanish: medio centro
- Finnish: keskikohta
- French: milieu
- German: Mitte
- Greek: μέση κέντρο
- Italian: mezzo
- Japanese: 中央
- Korean: 중간
- Norwegian: midt
- Polish: środek centrum
- European Portuguese: centro
- Romanian: mijloc
- Russian: середина
- Spanish: medio centro
- Swedish: mitt mitt emellan
- Thai: ตรงกลาง
- Turkish: orta
- Ukrainian: середина
- Vietnamese: chỗ giữa
Definition of middle from the Collins English Dictionary
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