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[mid-reynj] /ˈmɪdˌreɪndʒ/
adjective, Audio.
of, relating to, or occupying the middle audio frequencies:
a midrange frequency.
this portion of a range:
this speaker operates best in the midrange.
Origin of midrange
1945-50; mid- + range Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • It is firmly aimed at the lower end of the midrange market, but with style and imagination.
  • And the radio's receiver automatically locks into a midrange frequency for better amplification.
  • Travelers looking for comfortable lodging at more moderate rates will find several midrange hotels in the immediate vicinity.
  • The prices are reasonable and range from low to midrange, depending on your need.
  • He has a reliable midrange jumper that opens up the driving lanes for him.
  • Accommodations are in a mixture of inns and midrange hotels, and the tour includes luggage transfer.
  • Rooms come with a microwave and mini-fridge, and provide a basic, midrange place to stay.
  • But the benefits have trickled down, as a visit to any midrange chain supermarket will confirm.
  • Overall, midrange, and close up photographs were taken of the items of evidence marked with placards.

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