Definition of middle-income in English:

middle-income

Line breaks: middle-income

adjective

Relating to or denoting people earning average salaries: the new scheme will certainly hurt middle-income parents
More example sentences
  • In the early years, it throws the benefits of the tax cuts to working-class and middle-income taxpayers.
  • They will get tired of this Government controlling how much money middle-income earners can earn.
  • Especially salaried staff in the middle-income group should be attended to when structuring salary packages since they bear the brunt.

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