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Translation of "mid" - English-Spanish dictionary

mid

preposition   /mɪd/ old-fashioned literary
among or in the middle of en medio de 1728
(Definition of mid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mid

adjective /mid/
at, or in, the middle of a mitad, en medio a midweek football match in mid air a mid-air collision between two aircraft.
mid-fielder noun
in football etc, a player in the middle area of the pitch. centrocampista
(Definition of mid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “mid”
in Vietnamese giữa…
in Malaysian tengah…
in Thai ตรงกลาง…
in French mi-, au milieu de, en plein…
in German mitten…
in Indonesian di tengah…
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