Bedeutung von “middle” — Learner’s Dictionary

middle

adjective [ always before noun ] us uk /ˈmɪdl/
Extra Examples
Ours is the middle house in the row.We're now at the middle point of the course.Both their children are now in middle age.The middle section of the film is very boring.We need to find a middle way between these two policies.
CENTRAL

B2 in a central position:

The middle layer is made of plastic.
Our company rents the middle warehouse.
NEITHER HIGH NOR LOW

neither high nor low in importance or amount:

middle managers

(Definition von “middle adjective” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)