mid-range

UK / US adjective
average in quality, size, or cost

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  • mid-range — ˈmid range also midrange adjective MARKETING a product that is in the middle of the range of similar products available from the same company or in the market as a whole: • midrange and high end workstations * * * mid range UK US adjective… …   Financial and business terms

  • mid-range — adj [only before noun] mid range products and services are not the most expensive or the cheapest →↑top of the range …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • mid-range — adjective average in quality, size, or cost …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • mid-range — UK US adjective average in quality, size, or cost Thesaurus: not big or small in sizesynonym satisfactory and good enoughsynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • mid|range — «MIHD raynj», adjective, noun. –adjective. intermediate in price, quality, size, etc.: »a midrange DVD unit. –noun. 1. the sound frequencies in the middle part of the audible sound spectrum. 2. a speaker for reproducing these frequencies …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mid-range — For loudspeakers, see mid range speaker. In statistics, the mid range or mid extreme of a set of statistical data values is the arithmetic mean of the maximum and minimum values in a data set,[1] or: As such, it is a measure of central tendency.… …   Wikipedia

  • mid-range — ADJ: ADJ n You can use mid range to describe products or services which are neither the most expensive nor the cheapest of their type. ...comfortable mid range accommodation. ...the price of a mid range family car …   English dictionary

  • mid-range — /ˈmɪd reɪndʒ/ (say mid raynj) adjective of or relating to a loud speaker designed to reproduce sounds in the middle of the audible frequency range …   Australian English dictionary

  • mid-range — The middle of the rev range, around 3000 rpm …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • mid-range — pertaining to a value that is approximately in the middle of a series of values …   English contemporary dictionary

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