Middle definition

Middle means a wager made on the middle card in the cross.
Middle means a secondary school degree. And „High‟ means a university or university college (high school) degree. That divides the population in more or less three equal groups.
Middle means in this context – a living standard between a fifth and a tenth of the advanced country average.

Examples of Middle in a sentence

Definition of Racial and Ethnic Terms (as used in Part IV Bidder Employment Information) White (not of Hispanic Origin)- All persons having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, North Africa, or the Middle East.

Rowe Price Institutional Africa & Middle East FundIAMMutual Fund - Series T.

Should any federal claims arise for which the courts of the State of Florida lack jurisdiction, venue for those actions will be in the Orlando Division of the U.S. Middle District of Florida.

Fiona McCallum, Christian Religious Leadership in the Middle East: The Political Role of the Patriarch (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2010).

Similar observations have been noted by scholars working on Middle Eastern Christian diasporas in other contexts, especially in relation to the discourse from organizations founded by these migrants.


More Definitions of Middle

Middle means the center two digits of a Pick 4 number in exact order.
Middle means those Dependent Services that are referred to as “Middle” in Exhibit 2 (Services).