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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Of intermediate size. Used especially of motor vehicles, such as cars.

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  • adj. Alternative spelling of mid-size.

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Examples

  • 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."

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  • •Midcap (MC): Invest in midsize companies with market values of less than $5 billion.

    Glossary of funds

  • Your options depend to some degree on where you live, but even rock bands in midsize cities need someone to get them bookings.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • The vehicle is described as a midsize Ford four-door with tinted windows.

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  • 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.

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  • In some segments, such as midsize cars, the two Japanese auto makers have lost ground to more-nimble Asian rivals and the resurgent

    VW Makes New Push in the U.S. - WSJ.com

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