Noun(1) the place at a fair or carnival where sideshows and similar amusements are located(2) naval battle of World War II (June 1942
Adjective(1) equally distant from the extremes
Adverb(1) at half the distance; at the middle
(1) After reaching a positive peak, each cycle then gradually declines, crossing its zero point midway through its period.(2) This analysis indicated that R. alceifolius has a heteroblastic developmental pattern, midway between that of a bush and a liana.(3) If it had been possible, they would surely have headed for the exit door midway through the first half, by which time Celtic had extended their lead to three goals.(4) Fenagh kept in touch when adding their fourth point but this was cancelled out when Conor Redmond sent over their seventh point midway through the half.(5) It was midway through the run that she began to struggle.(6) A third finish is soft-sheen, which is midway between the two.(7) In many ways, he is typical of the squad built up by the manager since he took over at Boavista midway through the 1997-98 season.(8) Approximately midway through the half Waterloo began to break away, forcing the Thunderbirds to up their game.(9) The latest generation is midway between a phone and a PDA, with a full keyboard and a GPRS connection.(10) The skiffle star died last week midway through a UK tour after collapsing at the home of friends in Peterborough, where the service took place yesterday.(11) As far as Roy's twitches, obsessions and tics go, the movie is midway between two models.(12) Before you head out to one, cast your own memory back to a cookout, a commencement, a walk down a carnival midway in your past.(13) It may be a dubious analogy, but just say that reading a novel is something like going on a ride at the midway .(14) It is midway between a field guide and an annotated account of birds and mammals of a non-biogeographical region.(15) The expression on her face was midway between deep realization and relief.(16) Then in 1997, when she was midway through a psychology degree and seriously ill with gall stones, she was elected, and has not looked back.
(1) midway :: midtvejs
1. halfway ::
2. in the middle ::
3. at the midpoint ::
4. in the center ::
5. part-way ::
en del af vejen
6. at some point ::
på et tidspunkt
7. halfway ::
8. middle ::
9. center ::
Different Formsmidway, midways
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