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midi

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noun \ˈmi-dē\

Definition of midi

  1. :  a dress, skirt, or coat that usually extends to the mid-calf



Origin and Etymology of midi

1mid + -i (as in mini)


First Known Use: 1967


MIDI

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noun \ˈmi-dē\

Definition of MIDI

  1. :  an electronic standard used for the transmission of digitally encoded music



Origin and Etymology of midi

musical instrument digital interface


First Known Use: 1983


Midi

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geographical name Mi·di \mē-ˈdē\

Definition of Midi

  1. the south of France




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