[mid-l-man] /ˈmɪd lˌmæn/
noun, plural middlemen.
a person who plays an economic role intermediate between producer and retailer or consumer.
a person who acts as an intermediary.
noun (pl) -men
an independent trader engaged in the distribution of goods from producer to consumer
(theatre) the interlocutor in minstrel shows
in the trading sense, 1795, from middle + man. From mid-15c. as the name of some type of workman in wire-making. From 1741 as “one who takes a middle course.”
- Middle meningeal vein
middle meningeal vein n. Any of the veins that accompany the middle meningeal artery and empty into the pterygoid plexus.
[mid-l-mohst] /ˈmɪd lˌmoʊst/ adjective 1. . /ˈmɪdəlˌməʊst/ adjective 1. another word for midmost adj. early 14c., “middle; the middle one of three,” from middle + -most.
noun 1. the part of a person’s name occurring between the first and family names, as a second given name or a maternal surname. noun 1. a name between a person’s first name and surname 2. a characteristic quality for which a person is known: caution is my middle name
[mid-l-uh v-th uh-rohd] /ˈmɪd l əv ðəˈroʊd/ adjective 1. favoring, following, or characterized by an intermediate position between two extremes, especially in politics; moderate. 2. of, relating to, or describing a type of popular music that avoids extremes of style and is catchy and tuneful enough to have broad appeal. noun 3. Also called easy […]