[in me-di-ahs res; English in mee-dee-uh s reez, in mey-dee-ahs reys] /ɪn ˈmɛ dɪˌɑs ˈrɛs; English ɪn ˈmi diˌəs ˈriz, ɪn ˈmeɪ diˌɑs ˈreɪs/
in the middle of things.
/ɪn ˈmiːdɪˌæs ˈreɪs/
in or into the middle of events or a narrative
Latin, literally “in the midst of things” (see medium).
in medias res [(in may-dee-uhs, mee-dee-uhs rays)]
In the middle of the action. Epics often begin in medias res. For example, the Odyssey, which tells the story of the wanderings of the hero Odysseus, begins almost at the end of his wanderings, just before his arrival home. In medias res is a Latin phrase used by the poet Horace; it means “in the middle of things.”
- In mem.
1. in memoriam. abbreviation 1. in memoriam
- In memory of
As a reminder of or memorial to. For example, In memory of Grandma we put flowers on her grave every Easter, or In memory of our happy times here we’ve planted a little garden. [ First half of 1300s ]
[in muh-mawr-ee-uh m, -mohr-] /ɪn məˈmɔr i əm, -ˈmoʊr-/ adverb, preposition 1. in memory (of); to the memory (of); as a memorial (to): used on gravestones, in obituaries, etc. /ɪn mɪˈmɔːrɪəm/ uknown 1. in memory of; as a memorial to: used in obituaries, epitaphs, etc Latin, literally “in memory of” (see memory). in memoriam [(in […]
[in-mesh] /ɪnˈmɛʃ/ verb (used with object) 1. . /ɪnˈmɛʃ/ verb 1. a variant spelling of enmesh