Translation of medium in Spanish:
- 1 (intermediate) [size] mediano small, medium or large? ¿pequeño, mediano o grande? a person of medium height/build una persona de estatura or talla media or mediana/de complexión normal of medium difficulty de un grado medio de dificultadExample sentences
- He was described as a man in his late 30s, taller than average, of medium build with short dark hair and who spoke with no discernible accent.
- She had a slim build and medium length, fashionably styled blonde hair.
- She has fair medium length straight hair and blue eyes.
- 1 countable/numerable(plural media)(means, vehicle) medio (masculine) advertising media medios (masculine plural) publicitarios or de publicidad through the medium of the press a través de la prensa medium of exchange [Finance] medio de pago
- 2(plural media)2.1 countable/numerable (environment) medio (masculine) (ambiente) 2.2 countable/numerable (for growing cultures) caldo (masculine) de cultivo 2.3 uncountable/no numerable (preserving fluid)[ sustancia utilizada para la conservación de especímenes animales y vegetales ] 2.4 uncountable/no numerable (solvent) diluyente (masculine)
- 3 (middle position) (no plural/sin plural) punto (masculine) medio to strike a happy medium between formality and familiarity lograr un término medio entre la formalidad y la excesiva confianza
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