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midpoint Syllabification: mid·point
Pronunciation: /ˈmidˌpoint/

Definition of midpoint in English:

noun

1The exact middle point: the midpoint of the line segment
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  • Maccera was the exact midpoint between her parents' homes.
  • The red streak ended at the exact midpoint of a bunk bed, which was situated directly across from the door.
  • It picked a day that is the exact midpoint between the March 20 and May 15 meetings.
1.1A point somewhere in the middle: he would have been at the midpoint in his career
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  • About the midpoint of my career, I joined the corporation's public affairs function.

Words that rhyme with midpoint

needlepoint • pinpoint

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