Definition of midpoint
: a point at or near the center or middle
Examples of midpoint in a Sentence
The crowd begins to leave after the midpoint of the final period.
The team is in last place at the midpoint of the season.
the midpoint between her knee and ankle
The train stopped to refuel at the midpoint between New York and Chicago.
the midpoint of one side of the rectangle
Recent Examples of midpoint from the Web
Now, 81 years later, Judge tied it in the 83rd game of the season, slightly past the midpoint of the 162-game season.
At the year's midpoint, 320 people have died in Chicago violence — just two fewer homicides than a year earlier.
The midpoint pay per million of institutional expenses for public colleges was $688, the Chronicle said.
Bader gets a takedown at the midpoint of the round but Davis quickly gets back up.
Glucose: All were within normal limits at both onset and midpoint of challenge Resting metabolism: Results have been split almost down the middle for resting energy expenditure (calories burned at rest).
At the range’s midpoint, Co-Diagnostic is seeking to raise $9 million.
On Wednesday evening, JFest, as it’s also called, reached its midpoint with a program, in San Diego Rep’s Lyceum Space, containing two world premieres by composer Michael Roth, bridged by an early-period Beethoven quartet.
The median value is the midpoint, with half the CEOs earning more and half of them earning less.
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Definition of midpoint for English Language Learners
: a point at the middle of something : a point halfway between two ends
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