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midway

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmidwaymid‧way /ˌmɪdˈweɪ◂ $ ˈmɪdweɪ/ ●○○ adjective, adverb  1 MIDDLEbetween two places, and the same distance from each of them syn halfwaymidway between The city is midway between Edinburgh and London.2 MIDDLEwhen half a period of time has passed syn halfwaymidway through Leeds scored midway through the first half.
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midway throughShepherd scored six points midway through the second half of the game.
MidwayMid‧way1 /ˈmɪdweɪ/  two small islands in the Pacific Ocean northwest of Honolulu, used as a US military base. There was an important sea and air battle there in 1942 called the Battle of Midway.MidwayMidway2  an airport in Chicago, Illinois, used mostly for flights within the US
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