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Translation of "middle" - English-Spanish dictionary

middle

noun [no plural]   /ˈmɪd·l/
A2 the centre of something centro We live right in the middle of the town.
B1 not the beginning or the end but the time in between mitad The letter should arrive by the middle of next week.
be in the middle of something
B1 to be busy estar en medio de algo I can’t talk now – I’m in the middle of cooking dinner.
adjective   /ˈmɪd·l/
in a central position (del) medio The middle layer is made of plastic.
(Definition of middle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

middle

noun /ˈmidl/
the central point or part medio, centro the middle of a circle.
the central area of the body; the waist cintura You’re getting rather fat round your middle.
middling adjective
average mediano, regular He’s neither tall nor short, but of middling height.
middle age noun
the years between youth and old age mediana edad She is well into middle age.
middle-aged adjective
de mediana edad a middle-aged man/woman.
the Middle Ages noun plural
the time between the end of the Roman Empire and the Renaissance. Edad Media
the Middle East noun
Egypt and the countries of Asia west of Pakistan. Oriente Medio
middleman /-mӕn/ noun ( plural middlemen)
a dealer who buys goods from the person who makes or grows them, and sells them to shopkeepers or to the public; a wholesaler intermediario You can save money by buying direct from the factory and cutting out the middleman.
be in the middle of (doing) something
to be busily occupied doing something estar (justo) haciendo algo, estar ocupado haciendo algo Please excuse my appearance. I was in the middle of washing my hair.
(Definition of middle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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