middle-sized


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middle-sized

adj
of a medium size; not particularly large or not particularly small
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me′dium-sized`



adj.
neither very large nor very small.
[1880–85]
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Translations

middle-sized

[ˈmɪdlˌsaɪzd] ADJmediano
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Here is the picture of the man, as painted by the landlady: Young; middle-sized; dark hair, eyes, and complexion; nice temper, pleasant way of speaking.
They came from all directions, and there were thousands of them: big mice and little mice and middle-sized mice; and each one brought a piece of string in his mouth.
It had the form of a man, middle-sized and rather slender and graceful; but as it sat silent and motionless upon the peak they could see that its face was black as ink, and it wore a black cloth costume made like a union suit and fitting tight to its skin.
Rafael, some Spanish missionaries [14] encountered "many icebergs, some great, some small, and others middle-sized," in a narrow arm of the sea, on the 22nd of the month corresponding with our June, and in a latitude corresponding with that of the Lake of Geneva !
Palfrey, like other geniuses, wrought by instinct rather than by rule, and possessed no receipts--indeed, despised all people who used them, observing that people who pickled by book, must pickle by weights and measures, and such nonsense; as for herself, her weights and measures were the tip of her finger and the tip of her tongue, and if you went nearer, why, of course, for dry goods like flour and spice, you went by handfuls and pinches, and for wet, there was a middle-sized jug-- quite the best thing whether for much or little, because you might know how much a teacupful was if you'd got any use of your senses, and you might be sure it would take five middle-sized jugs to make a gallon.
Fang was a lean, long-backed, stiff-necked, middle-sized man, with no great quantity of hair, and what he had, growing on the back and sides of his head.
He is a fresh-complexioned, middle-sized young man, not far, one would guess, from his thirtieth year.
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The company wants to increase the competitiveness of the plant and secure its positive starting position when redistributing products within the whole Volkswagen concern, he added.The Bratislava-based plant manufactures the only middle-sized Volkswagen SUV in the world.
Besides, middle-sized and small farmers, a large proportion of the rural workforce does not own land, nor does it have enough money to pay upfront cash to lease land.
This event, which came within the Financial Technology Week organized by SAGIA held on July 6-13, aims at promoting dialogue between innovation companies, emerging and middle-sized companies, governments, and the media to pave the way for the growth of financial technology sector.