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medium-term

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈmiːdiəmˌtɜːm/
relating to a period of time that is neither very soon nor very far into the future: medium-term prospects/projections/outlook He believes that the deal greatly improves the company's medium-term growth prospects.
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET relating to money that is borrowed or invested for between two and ten years: medium-term investments/bonds/securities →  Compare long-term , short-term
Translations of “medium-term”
in Russian среднесрочный…
in Turkish ara dönem…
in Polish średniookresowy…
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