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mid1

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Pronunciation: /mɪd
 
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adjective

[attributive]
1Of or in the middle part or position of a range: the mid 17th century [in combination]: mid-brown hair
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  • In the mid 19th century the air of cities seemed to be much fouler than their water.
  • This is the last building they saw well, before they were deployed back in mid February for the Middle East.
  • The list of Shiraz is a full page long with prices ranging from the mid twenties a bottle to well over $100.
1.1 Phonetics (Of a vowel) pronounced with the tongue neither high nor low: a mid central vowel

Words that rhyme with mid

amid, backslid, bid, did, forbid, grid, hid, id, kid, Kidd, lid, Madrid, outbid, outdid, quid, rid, skid, slid, squid, underbid, yid

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There are 2 main definitions of mid in English:

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mid2

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Pronunciation: /mɪd
 
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preposition

literary
1.1In the course of.

Origin

Shortening of amid.

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