middle-income


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mid·dle-in·come

(mĭd′l-ĭn′kŭm)
adj.
Of or relating to people or groups whose income falls in the middle of the range for an overall population.
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Translations

middle-income

[ˌmɪdlˈɪnkʌm] ADJ [family] → de ingresos medios
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