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medium

noun /ˈmiːdiəm/ ( plurals media /-diə/, mediums)
something by or through which an effect is produced
medio
Air is the medium through which sound is carried.
(especially in plural ) a means (especially radio, television and newspapers) by which news etc is made known
medio
the news media.
a person through whom spirits of dead people are said to speak
médium
I know a medium who says she can communicate with Napoleon.
a substance in which specimens are preserved, bacteria grown etc.
medio
(Definition of medium from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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