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Catalan translation of “middle”

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middle

noun [no plural]
 
/ˈmɪd·l/
A2 the centre of something
centre
We live right in the middle of the town.
B1 not the beginning or the end but the time in between
meitat
The letter should arrive by the middle of next week.
be in the middle of something B1 to be busy
estar ocupat fent ac
I can’t talk now – I’m in the middle of cooking dinner.
Translations of “middle”
in Spanish medio, centro, cintura…
in Arabic وَسَط, مُنْتَصَف…
in Korean 중간, (시간) 중간…
in Portuguese meio, centro…
in French milieu, taille…
in German die Mitte…
in Japanese まん中, (期間の)中頃…
in Chinese (Simplified) 中部,中间, 中央, 当中…
in Chinese (Traditional) 中部,中間, 中央, 中心…
in Italian mezzo, centro, metà…
(Definition of middle noun from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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