An area or a spot equidistant between extremes; a center: the middle of a circle.
One thing advanced between extremes; a mean.
the inner part: the center of a chain.
the center area of the human anatomy; the waistline.
Logic A middle term.
Grammar The middle voice.
Grammar A verb form in the middle sound.
A centre, midpoint
The component involving the start in addition to end.
the middle stump
The main section of a person body.
The point or component similarly remote from the extremities or exterior limits, as of a line, a surface, or a good; an intervening point or component in area, time, or purchase of series; the midst; central part.
the purpose or part equally distant from extremities, limitations, of extremes; a mean.
particularly, the center the main body; the waist.
An intervening point or component in room, time, or arrangement; anything intermediate.
In reasoning, just like middle term.
In grammar, just like center voice. See I., 3.
Synonyms Center, Midst, center. Center is an accurate word, ordinarily placed on circular, globular, or regular figures: as, the center of a circle, world, field; but it is used anywhere an identical exactness generally seems to occur: because, the middle of a crowd. Midst regards the person or thing as enveloped or surrounded on all sides, specifically by whatever is close upon him or it, thick or dense: since, amid the woodland, the waves, troubles, an individual's ideas. Except as therefore modified because of the idea of envelopment or close environment, the old notion of midst as indicating the center point (see Gen. i. 6; Josh. vii. 23; 1 Ki. xxii. 35) is very outdated. Midst is extremely usually used abstractly or figuratively, center rarely, middle never ever. Center is actually placed on extent in only-one path: as, the center of the road, of a block of homes, of a string; it's less exact than center: compare the center therefore the center of an area.
the center part of the real human torso (usually in-front)
an area that is more or less main within some larger region
an intermediate part or part
time taken between the start and the end of a-temporal period
similarly remote from the extremes or limits; mean; middling: as, the middle point of a line; the middle period of life.
In sentence structure: Intermediale between active and passive: placed on a body of verb-forms which work is more or less distinctly reflexive, or denotes the niche as functioning on or even for or with reference to it self, frequently responding to to an English intransitive verb: as, middle voice, center ending, center tense.
Intermediate between smooth (unaspirated) and rough (aspirated): as, a middle (medial) mute. See mute, n
Nautical, a shallow spot, as a bank or bar.
To set or place in the middle. Especially
In foot-ball, to kick or drive (the basketball) to the middle, such that it might be kicked through the goal.
To stabilize or compromise.
To ascertain or mark the center of (at the time of a line), by doubling or otherwise; fold in the centre; double, as a rope.