middle - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "middle" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

middle / средний
имя прилагательное
average, secondary, medium, middle, mean, mid
имя существительное
middle, mean, center, medium, midst, inside
waist, waistline, middle
средний залог
middle voice, middle
помещать в середину
подавать мяч на середину поля
имя прилагательное
at an equal distance from the extremities of something; central.
the early and middle part of life
denoting a voice of verbs in some languages, such as Greek, that expresses reciprocal or reflexive action.
I will argue that the validity of the notion of deponency is questionable in light of a closer look at the function and meaning of the middle voice in Greek.
имя существительное
the point or position at an equal distance from the sides, edges, or ends of something.
she stood alone in the middle of the street
the form or voice of a verb expressing reflexive or reciprocal action, or a passive sense for a transitive or intransitive verb.
Other standard grammars use different lexemes but communicate the same reflexive idea for the middle .
The middle section shows his spine and central body organs.
Throughout development, the peripheral cells were larger than cells of the middle or central zones in both lines.
The camera is on the central robot arm opposite the middle port.
This sculpture belongs to the period in his middle 30s when his work was mainly Cubist.
So Casey and Chris ran their tag-team critique past Eric, the middle brother, as they had in previous offseasons.
Yesterday, however, sleet began to fall about the middle of the afternoon and continued through the night.
It was a little shorter than knee length on the sides, and in the front, it got longer in a diagonal line, and the two sides overlapped in the middle .
A middle-aged man with a round middle came running out of the supposed home office.
Cotton harvest is generally evenly distributed in activity from the middle of August through the end of November.
Most southerners are not descendants of southern aristocracy but hail from the middle ranks, like many of the people in this book.