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- adj. Having a medium or intermediate size
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a medium size.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of medium or middle size; of an intermediate or of an average size.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. intermediate in size
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Soak a medium-sized clean rag in the bucket of hot water and pine cleaner, wring it out, and wash the bathroom floor until it is completely clean, rinsing and wringing out the rag as necessary.
In Toledo, a medium-sized city of just over 243,000 at the time, Phelan estimated “that at least 20,000 young persons live in the 300 rooming houses which are located within walking distance of the picture houses.”
"We will revise some regulations to lower the threshold for overseas listings, so as to allow small and medium-sized companies and private companies to directly list in Hong Kong," Mr. Yao said.
A medium-sized dog has the same energy-impact as an average 4x4 SUV (18 mpg hwy).
In a medium-sized bowl, mix together the dry ingredients bowl.
Such skills are also vital to our public and not-for-profit sectors, to small and medium-sized enterprises, to society as a whole and to the individual outside work.
Sperling also played a key role in creating the program that is to pump up to $30 billion in taxpayer funds into small- and medium-sized banks so they can lend it to small businesses.
Diamond is expected to make it clear to MPs that Barclays is committed to lending to the small and medium-sized enterprises that the government is so eager to foster to provide another engine for a sustained economic recovery.
Mr. Xu reiterated the ministry's commitment to allocating 70% of the residential land supply to the development of subsidized public apartments and small- and medium-sized homes, and to ensuring adequate land for the construction of 10 million affordable homes this year.
These exchanges could make it easier for small- and medium-sized companies to raise capital more quickly and cheaply than they can now.