[mid-l-burg] /ˈmɪd lˌbɜrg/
a city in the SW Netherlands.
[zee-luh nd; Dutch zey-lahnt] /ˈzi lənd; Dutch ˈzeɪˌlɑnt/
a province in the SW Netherlands, consisting largely of islands. 1041 sq. mi. (2695 sq. km).
/ˈmɪdəlˌbɜːɡ; Dutch ˈmɪdəlbyrx/
a city in the SW Netherlands, capital of Zeeland province, on Walcheren Island: an important trading centre in the Middle Ages and member of the Hanseatic League; 12th-century abbey; market town. Pop: 46 000 (2003 est)
/Dutch ˈzeːlɑnt; English ˈziːlənd/
a province of the SW Netherlands: consists of a small area on the mainland together with a number of islands in the Scheldt estuary; mostly below sea level. Capital: Middelburg. Pop: 378 000 (2003 est). Area: 1787 sq km (690 sq miles)
/ˌmɪdəlˈmænɪkɪ/ noun 1. (South African) a continuous hump between wheel ruts on a dirt road
/ˈmɪdəlˌskɒt/ noun 1. (in South Africa) an intermediate payment to a farmers’ cooperative for a crop or wool clip
[mid-n] /ˈmɪd n/ noun 1. a dunghill or refuse heap. 2. . /ˈmɪdən/ noun 1. 2. See kitchen midden n. mid-14c., “dung hill,” of Scandinavian origin; cf. Danish mødding, from møg “muck” (see muck (n.)) + dynge “heap of dung” (see dung). Modern archaeological sense of “kitchen midden” is from Danish excavations.
[mid-ee] /ˈmɪd i/ noun, Informal. 1. a midshipman. /ˈmɪdɪ/ noun 1. (Austral) a glass or bottle containing 285ml of beer