[med-lee] /ˈmɛd li/
noun, plural medleys.
a mixture, especially of heterogeneous elements; hodgepodge; jumble.
a piece of music combining tunes or passages from various sources:
a medley of hit songs from Broadway shows.
Archaic. mixed; mingled.
a mixture of various types or elements
a musical composition consisting of various tunes arranged as a continuous whole
Also called medley relay
an archaic word for melee
of, being, or relating to a mixture or variety
c.1300, “hand-to-hand combat,” from Old French medlee, variant of meslee (see meddle). Meaning “combination, mixture” is from mid-15c.; that of “musical combination consisting of diverse parts” is from 1620s.
noun 1. Track. a relay race in which individual members of a team usually run an unequal portion of the total distance. Compare , . 2. Swimming. a relay race in which no member of a team uses the same stroke as another.
MEDLINE (měd’līn’) n. A system providing telephone linkage between a number of medical libraries in the United States and MEDLARS for rapid retrieval of medical bibliographies. MEDLARS Online
[mey-dok; French mey-dawk] /meɪˈdɒk; French meɪˈdɔk/ noun 1. a wine-growing region in Gironde, in SW France. 2. a red Bordeaux wine produced there. /meɪˈdɒk; ˈmɛdɒk; French medɔk/ noun 1. a district of SW France, on the left bank of the Gironde estuary: famous vineyards 2. a fine red wine from this district
[meed-n] /ˈmid n/ noun 1. (in the Odyssey) a herald who warned Penelope that her suitors were conspiring against Telemachus.