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mid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmidmid /mɪd/ preposition literary  MIDDLEamong or in the middle ofmid-mid- /mɪd/ prefix  MIDDLEmiddle a young woman in her mid-twenties The mid-sixties were a turning point in sports car design. in mid-July He stopped mid-sentence.mid-morning/afternoon/week etc
Examples from the Corpus
mid-The house was built in the mid-18th century.She's in her mid-20s.Let's meet again mid-week.
MIDMIDthe abbreviation of mobile Internet device
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