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Translation of "middle-of-the-road" - English-Spanish dictionary

middle-of-the-road

adjective   /ˌmɪd·l·əv·ðəˈrəʊd/
describes a person, organization, opinion, or type of entertainment that is not extreme and is acceptable to or liked by most people moderado, que gusta a la mayoría They adopted a sensible, middle-of-the-road policy on spending.
(Definition of middle-of-the-road from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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