the stage between the opening and the end game, characterized by complicated moves by both opponents with pieces at full strength.
(chess) the central phase between the opening and the endgame
noun 1. . noun 1. another name for Medieval Greek
noun 1. an intermediate position, area, or recourse between two opposites or extremes; a halfway or neutral standpoint. 2. (def 1). 3. Nautical. a length of comparatively shallow water having channels on both sides. noun 1. another term for middle distance See middle-distance (sense 2) 2. a position of compromise between two opposing views, parties, […]
noun, Football. 1. a defensive lineman positioned opposite the offensive center and between the defensive tackles, as in a three- or five-man line. noun See nose guard
[mid-l-hand] /ˈmɪd lˌhænd/ noun, Cards. 1. the player on the dealer’s right in a game with three players. Compare , (def 7).