American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of intermediate size. Used especially of motor vehicles, such as cars.
- adj. alternative spelling of mid-size.
“Ms. Hindman, who runs what she calls a midsize company ($20 million in sales last year), says that at the huge auction companies, some experts "will work with you" and "some can't be bothered.”
“•Midcap (MC): Invest in midsize companies with market values of less than $5 billion.”
“Your options depend to some degree on where you live, but even rock bands in midsize cities need someone to get them bookings.”
“This new office will focus on delivering high-end software product development services to Latin American midsize and large enterprises, particularly in the manufacturing, retail and financial services markets.”
“The Prius hybrid costs about $7,000 more than a 32-mpg Toyota Corolla, and about $3,600 more than a base Toyota Camry, which like the Prius is classified as a midsize car, according to Edmunds. com, an auto-research firm.”
“The market started small, with just a few models, but today there are 25 vehicles that Consumer Guide® classifies as midsize SUVs and 15 more that we put into our premium midsize SUV class.”
“The market started small, with just a few models, but today there are 25 vehicles that Consumer Guide® classifies as midsize suvs and 15 more that we put into our premium midsize SUV class.”
“The vehicle is described as a midsize Ford four-door with tinted windows.”
“In some segments, such as midsize cars, the two Japanese auto makers have lost ground to more-nimble Asian rivals and the resurgent Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Co. Toyota's sudden-acceleration crisis and subsequent drop in sales over the past year helped reopen the field to other companies.”
“In some segments, such as midsize cars, the two Japanese auto makers have lost ground to more-nimble Asian rivals and the resurgent”
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