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
That consumer trend is playing out in the opposite direction at plants building small and midsize cars, which are scaling back or shutting down entirely while they are converted to produce trucks and S.U.V.s.
Midsize cities now benefiting as symbols include Austin, Texas and Salt Lake City, Utah, which Bertolini named last week as places Aetna wants to be.
Having spent all of his 63 years in this midsize city tucked into the Appalachian mountains, Merry is still at a loss as to why people turn to the drug that is now, by local health estimates, affecting a quarter of Cabell County's population.
Compact and midsize sedans were popular in 2014, when gasoline prices averaged $3.44 per gallon.
Just over half — 53 percent —of the small and midsize American employers surveyed offer a retirement plan to workers, Pew said in a report released this week.
A perennial best-seller with American car buyers, the Accord has been the U.S. retail sales leader in the midsize sedan segment for four straight years, from 2013-2016.
Roseville is one of 50 midsize cities across the U.S. to win the grant from the nonprofit Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and an urban development group called Reinvestment Fund.
That's about $5 for every midsize car filling up at the gas station in Indiana.
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Definition of midsize for English Language Learners
: neither large nor small
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