Midterm



[mid-turm] /ˈmɪdˌtɜrm/

noun
1.
the middle or halfway point of a , as a school or of office.
2.
Often, midterms. Informal. an examination or series of examinations at the middle of a school .
adjective
3.
pertaining to or occurring on or about the middle of a , as a school or of office:
a midterm recess; midterm elections.
/ˈmɪdˈtɜːm/
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(US, politics)

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