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Meaning of “middle” - Learner’s Dictionary

middle

noun     /ˈmɪdl/
the middle
B1 the central part, position, or point in time: We used to live just outside Boston but now we live right (= exactly) in the middle. The letter should arrive by the middle of next week.BetweenCentres of objects
be in the middle of doing sth
B1 to be busy: I can't talk now - I'm in the middle of cooking a meal.Busy and activeHurrying and doing things quickly
your middle informal
your waist, or your waist and stomach: He wrapped the towel round his middle.The human torso
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