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1. The area between the foreground and background in a painting, drawing, or photograph. Also called middle ground.
2. Sports A division of competition in racing with events usually ranging from 400 meters to 1,500 meters or from 440 yards to 1 mile.
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1. the represented space between the foreground and background in paintings and drawings.
2. (in track) a race distance ranging from 400 meters or 440 yards to 1 mile.
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(or middle ground) The represented space in a picture between background and foreground.
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|Noun||1.||middle distance - the part of a scene between the foreground and the background|
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middle distancen (Art) in the middle distance → in secondo piano
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