mid

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Adjective[change]

Positive
mid

Comparative
none

Superlative
none

  1. (usually before the noun) In the middle.
    The seat can be connected on the mid or rear position.
    The idea came from the many war films made in the mid 80's.
    It was mid April, so the chill was out of the air.
    "And I'll be..." He stopped mid sentence to look at the strange sight coming down the road.
    He caught the cat in mid air.
    The rain was so hard that birds sometimes fell from the sky mid flight.
    We've seen three to four inches of rain across parts of the Mid Atlantic.
    This vegetable planted in mid to late summer benefits from warm days.
    Until the mid-18th century, the primary role of the colleges was to educate priests.
  2. (grammar) (usually before the noun) A mid vowel is produced with the tongue relaxed in the middle of the mouth.

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