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mid·range

 (mĭd′rānj′)
n.
1. The middle part of a range of audio frequencies.
2. The middle part of a series, progression, or array: prices in the midrange.

mid•range

(ˈmɪdˌreɪndʒ)

adj.
1. of, pertaining to, or occupying the middle audio frequencies.
2. being midway between extremes, as in price or capability.
n.
3. the middle range of something.
[1945–50]
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