Translation of "midst" - English-Spanish dictionary

midst

noun [ no plural ] uk /mɪdst/ us /mɪtst/ us formal

the middle of a group of people or things

medio
She caught sight of Johnny in their midst (= among them), laughing and talking.
in the midst of sth

in the middle of an event, situation, or activity

en medio de algo
I’m sorry but I’m too busy – I’m in the midst of writing a report.
The country is in the midst of an economic crisis.
preposition uk /mɪdst/ us /mɪtst/ us literary

among

en medio de
The summit of the mountain appeared midst the clouds.

(Translation of “midst” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

midst

/midst/

among or in the centre of

en medio de, entre
She was standing in the midst of a crowd of people.

at the same time as

en medio de
in the midst of all these troubles.
in our/your/their midst

among, or in the same place as, us, you or them

entre nosotros/vosotros/ellos
Large buildings keep rising in our midst.

(Translation of “midst” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)