Examples of medial in a Sentence
four is the medial number between one and seven
Recent Examples of medial from the Web
Swansea City have confirmed defender Kyle Bartley will be sidelined for the next six weeks at least after suffering medial ligament damage.
The medial examiner's office had to await the results of toxicology tests before determining the cause and manner of Leon's death.
Later in the game, a low hit tore 85 percent of his medial collateral ligament off the bone of his left knee, famously sending coach Jim McElwain running onto the field in a rage.
Rose played in 64 games last season, his first with the Knicks, before needing a scope of a medial meniscus tear in his left knee in April.
In addition to his aching left shoulder, UC San Diego pain physician Wallace suffered from a strained medial collateral ligament on the inside of his right knee that had never healed.
When a massive brand releases a series of near-incoherent tweets, it can usually be chalked up to a novice social medial intern.
Last year he was banged up throughout the playoffs after suffering ankle and medial collateral ligament sprains during Golden State's first-round series against the Houston Rockets, missing six full games and parts of two others.
As CPR was administered, a river guide on site made an emergency satellite phone call for medial assistance.
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Origin and Etymology of medial
First Known Use: 1570See Words from the same year
Synonymscentral, halfway, intermediary, intermediate, middle, median, mediate, medium, mid, midmost
Antonymsextreme, farthest, farthermost, furthermost, furthest, outermost, outmost, remotest, utmost
Related Wordsequidistant; inmost, inner, innermost, nearest; betwixt and between, borderline, gray (also grey), in-between
Near Antonymsouter, peripheral
medical Definition of medial
- the medial surface of the tibia
- necrosis and lipid deposition with medial involvement
mediallyplay \-ə-lē\ adverb
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