English version

in the middle of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin the middle of somethingin the middle of somethingif you are in the middle of something, it is happening to you or around you At that time Britain was in the middle of a recession. The company is in the middle of a takeover battle. middle
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in the middle of somethingThe little man was ambling along in the middle of the street, looking around him with an expression of keen interest.She was standing in blackness in the middle of a narrow, ice-cold stream.Why didn't he kiss her quite calmly in the middle of the street?The group also is in the middle of a $ 45,000 project to renovate a pagoda in the ancient quarter.Rostov started to feel sick in the middle of the night.Sometime in the middle of the night I woke with a start, as Clarisa climbed on to the cot.The grunts were in the middle of a fire mission.One young woman in the middle of the line began to cry.
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