English version

midst

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmidstmidst1 /mΙͺdst/ ●○○ noun πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 β†’ in the midst of something2 β†’ in our/their midst
Examples from the Corpus
midstβ€’ Ruin, when you are in its midst, is hard to gauge.β€’ The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and working in our midst.β€’ The best time to nudge children toward functional writing is when they are in the midst of doing purposeful work.β€’ We realise that this is simply a small sacred spot in the midst of environmental carnage.β€’ Here was this skinny man, unafraid, in the midst of all this danger.β€’ In the midst of her burning words her voice broke.β€’ And, into the midst of this crept Jo, trying to escape up to her room without being seen.
midstmidst2 preposition old use πŸ”Š πŸ”Š INCLUDEMIDDLEsurrounded by people or things
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