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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmedium-sizedˈmedium-sized (also medium-size) adjective  not small but not large either a medium-sized business
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medium-sizedSeveral banks have 30% of their liabilities denominated in dollars; one medium-sized bank recently had half.In a medium-sized bowl, sift together flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt.In the first instance the government was aiming to foster a private sector in small and medium-sized enterprises.The farmers who are successful are those with medium-sized farms, who are growing for export.However, with the two medium-sized potatoes and a spoonful of carrots, she found this also quite to her liking.For a medium-sized power such as Britain, the best way to maximise our influence is to pool sovereignty by combining with others.To make lentils, in a medium-sized saucepan, heat oil and saute carrot, onion, and celery until lightly colored.Team C operates in a medium-sized town with some outlying rural areas and serves a population of about 13,000.
From Longman Business Dictionarymedium-sizedˈmedium-sized (also medium-size) adjective between small and large in sizeThe bank specializes in loans to small and medium-sized businesses.
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