[mid-streem] /ˈmɪdˈstrim/

the middle of a stream.
the middle period of a process, course, or the like.
the middle of a stream or river
the middle of a process or action: they tried to change the rules in midstream
adverb, adjective
in or towards the middle of a stream or river: moored midstream

also mid-stream, Old English midstream; see mid + stream (n.).
see: change horses midstream


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