名词中央; 中部，中间; 腰部; 正中
形容词中间的; 中部的; 中央的; 正中的
1. in the middle of : 在...当中, 在...的中途, 在...中央；
1. They sat in the middle row.
2. He was a man of middle height.
1. Please stand in the middle of the room.
2. It is already the middle of summer.
3. I was in the middle of my work when he called.
A：Hi, do you have any tickets for the show tonight?
B：Sorry, it’s all sold out.
A：Well, do you have any for tomorrow?
B：We have tickets for the matinee. It starts at 3p.m.
A：Ok. I’ll take it.
B：Where would you like to sit?
A：Do you have anything in the middle section? I want a good view, but sitting too close hurts my eyes.
A：So, what’s your educational background?
B：I graduate from high school with a 4.0, graduated from university with a degree in English, and am currently in the middle of obtaining a master’s degree in Linguistics.
我以4.0 的成绩从高中毕业， 大学获得了英语学士学位，近来正在读语言学硕士学位。
A：What university did you go to ?
B：I went to UCB, the university of California, Berkeley.
A：Are you from California originally?
B：No, I’m from Colorado. I received a full scholarship to UCB, so I went.
A：That’s great. How did you like your classes there?
B：I like my professors a lot. They seemed to have a lot of passion for teaching. They weren’t the stuffy professors that I thought they’d be.。
A：How about the other students? Did you get along well with them?
B：The students were from all over the country. I found that most of my friends were people who were from the mid-west?
A：That’s interesting. Why do you think that is?
B：I’m not sure. I lived in Iowa during middle school, so I guess we had that in common. Mid-westerners and people from the west coast have a different view of the world.
A：What do you mean?
B：It’s hard to explain. I guess people from the west coast come off as a bit snobby sometimes, especially if you aren’t come from the west coast。
A：I see. Well, thanks for coming in for the interview. My secretary will get back to you within a week.
1. 中部：上部者和下部者相同 中部(middle)者比上下部者多上部(top)者比下部(bottom)者多 上部者比下部者少上部者和下部者相同 中部(middle)者比上下部者多3 下 有关白肌(white muscle)和红肌(red muscle)的比较,何者 正确?
The middle of something is the part of it that is furthest from its edges, ends, or outside surface.
e.g. Howard stood in the middle of the room sipping a cup of coffee...
e.g. Hyde accelerated away from the kerb, swerving out into the middle of the street...
The middle object in a row of objects is the one that has an equal number of objects on each side.
e.g. The middle button of his uniform jacket was strained over his belly.
e.g. ...the middle finger of her left hand.
Your middle is the part of your body around your stomach.
e.g. At age fifty-three, he now has a few extra pounds around his middle...
e.g. The cook's apron covered her middle.
The middle of an event or period of time is the part that comes after the first part and before the last part.
e.g. I woke up in the middle of the night and could hear a tapping on the window...
e.g. It was now the middle of November, cold and often foggy...
If someone is in their middle thirties, for example, they are aged somewhere approximately between thirty-four and thirty-six.
e.g. She knew he was in his middle fifties, although he looked much younger...
e.g. I went on competing till I was in my middle forties.
The middle child in a family has equal numbers of younger and older brothers and sisters.
e.g. His middle son died in a drowning accident five years back.
The middle course or way is a moderate course of action that lies between two opposite and extreme courses.
e.g. He favoured a middle course between free enterprise and state intervention...
e.g. The Mayor of Jerusalem has tried to minimise conflict by maintaining a middle way between the various religions.
If you divide or split something down the middle, you divide or split it into two equal halves or groups.
e.g. They agreed to split the bill down the middle...
e.g. If the conservatives are not removed, then the party will almost certainly split down the middle.
If you are in the middle of doing something, you are busy doing it.
e.g. It's a bit hectic. I'm in the middle of cooking for nine people...
e.g. He was always in the middle of a business transaction.