Definition of midrange in English:

midrange

Syllabification: mid·range
Pronunciation: /ˈmidˌrānj
 
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noun

1 Statistics The arithmetic mean of the largest and the smallest values in a sample or other group.
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  • The indicator has not pushed through the 80 level and for the most part has hovered around the mid range of 40-60 on our chart.
2The middle part of the range of audible frequencies.
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  • His delivery is croaky and he misses even mid range notes.
  • Highs can be a bit tinny but this can be tweaked easy enough, with mid range and bass being just about right for both gaming and music.
  • I have mid-range frequency hearing loss in one ear due to tinnitus and maybe this is why things blend in.

adjective

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(Of a product) in the middle of a range of products with regard to size, quality, or price.
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  • First, mid-range places tend to have grotesquely over-inflated prices.
  • It will put a lot more pressure on mid-range housing stock, and therefore push the prices of these properties up.
  • There's a mid-range menu serving posh pizzas, burgers and a range of light bites, salads and skewers.

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