midyear

noun
mid·​year | \-ˌyir \

Definition of midyear 

1a : an examination at the middle of an academic year

b midyears plural : the set of examinations at the middle of an academic year also : the period of such examinations

2a : the middle or middle portion of a calendar year

b : the middle of an academic year

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midyear adjective

Examples of midyear in a Sentence

She expects to get a promotion at midyear.

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Boeing had delivered 378 planes at the midyear point against a full-year target of between 810 and 815 planes. Doug Cameron, WSJ, "Boeing, Airbus Strain to Deliver the New Jets They Have Promised," 15 July 2018 Tesla said in February that a dual motor version would come at midyear, and that a standard battery pack would be available in late 2018. Bloomberg, latimes.com, "Elon Musk announces $78,000 version of Tesla Model 3 — unaffordable for the masses," 21 May 2018 The Council did institute language to specify that midyear enrollees who participate in postseason competition before or during their first term at the school cannot use the exception. Matt Murschel, OrlandoSentinel.com, "NCAA approves changes to redshirt rule," 13 June 2018 To appeal your aid offer, even midyear, contact your school’s financial aid office. Washington Post, "Where college students can find emergency money and housing," 1 May 2018 If a student enrolls midyear and plays in a postseason football game before or during their first term, the new rule does not apply. Jenna West, SI.com, "Football Players Can Now Play Up to Four Games Without Losing a Season of Eligibility," 13 June 2018 If not, the item could be considered later in the midyear budget. Sara Cardine, latimes.com, "LCF City Council grants $353k in community group requests in 2018-19 budget," 27 June 2018 Just one of the bills — a measure that would have prevented Malloy or any future governor from cutting education funding midyear — even came close. Christopher Keating, courant.com, "All Malloy Vetoes Upheld; Lawmakers Fail On Overrides," 25 June 2018 Can the midyear arrival of the plus-sized Ascent lure first-time Subaru buyers? Jeff Yip, Houston Chronicle, "Newly arrived 2019 Subaru Ascent fills three-row midsize SUV niche," 24 June 2018

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First Known Use of midyear

15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

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midyear

noun

English Language Learners Definition of midyear

: the middle of a year

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