Definition of midsize
: of intermediate size a midsize car
Examples of midsize in a Sentence
the midsize company was finding it increasingly difficult to compete with the corporate giants
Recent Examples of midsize from the Web
The 2016 coverage of the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in eastern Oregon took top honors for the midsize newspaper category.
The company’s affiliate, Kia, also relies on small and midsize cars for most of its sales.
If you’re headed for a small or midsize town, know which big city is nearby (and most likely to be signposted) to keep you headed in the right direction.
Mazda Incentives, for qualified buyers: $750 Mazda Capital Services Lease Loyalty toward the lease of a new 2016.5 Mazda3 compact sedan or five-door hatchback and Mazda6 midsize sedan.
For example, if Honda leases a midsize Accord for $229 per month, Toyota will have to match the price on the Camry, the Accord's prime competitor, Lyman says.
The deal gives the U.S. courier access to S.F. Holding’s network of 13,000 customers, many of them small and midsize Chinese companies, UPS Chief Executive Officer David Abney said Friday on Bloomberg TV.
After the downsizing, the Acadia moves into the midsize crossover segment along with the Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander, Nissan Pathfinder and Acura MDX, among others.
Oracle is aiming to grow in the customer relations management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) markets for small and midsize companies.
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Definition of midsize for English Language Learners
: neither large nor small
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