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[mee-dee-uh m-sahyzd] /ˈmi di əmˌsaɪzd/
neither very large nor very small:
a medium-sized house.
Origin of medium-sized
1880-85 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • It's medium-sized, firm and buttery in the mouth and moderately sweet with a slightly acidic, tangy edge.
  • He's run hundreds of training seminars around the world for ministers of small-to-medium-sized churches.
  • Dunno, but their niche is filled by eg caracaras and medium-sized parrots.
  • For the next decade, he adds, the goal is to design and develop medium-sized systems for urban areas.
  • However, cloud computing has generally lacked the security features typically required by small and medium-sized enterprises.
  • Before the festival, hippies were a few thousand denizens of one neighborhood in a medium-sized city.
  • Wolverine is a medium-sized toy manufacturer with a low profile.
  • The back of the camera becomes a bit of a challenge for those with medium-sized fingers and beyond.
  • Cybercriminals are cracking into the online bank accounts of small- and medium-sized businesses at an unprecedented rate.
  • The medium-sized one- and two-bedroom cabins sleep from four to six people.

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