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midpoint

noun [C usually singular] uk   /ˈmɪd.pɔɪnt/ us  

midpoint noun [C usually singular] (DISTANCE)

a point half the distance along something such as a line: The driveway is 20 metres long, so the midpoint must be at 10 metres.

midpoint noun [C usually singular] (TIME)

a point in the middle of a period of time: the midpoint of the football season
Translations of “midpoint”
in Chinese (Traditional) 距離, (線等的)中點…
in Chinese (Simplified) 距离, (线等的)中点…
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