medium-size medium-size


  • (adj) intermediate in size


  1. But changing systems can be a serious problem for medium-size businesses too.
  2. As interest rates rise, thousands of small and medium-size businesses may again find themselves unable to meet their payments.
  3. In January of this year, China's biggest energy producer, CNPC, agreed to develop a medium-size oil field called North Azadegan a deal worth about $2 billion.


  • Mating birds really do shake their tailfeathers

    By Tanya LewisLiveScience Humans aren't the only animals that dance to a beat: Deep in the forest of Southeastern Australia, male lyrebirds groove to their own music, a new study reports.The study researchers found that during mating displays, male superb lyrebirds (Menura novaehollandiae) — medium-size birds with peacocklike tail feathers — sing songs and perform coordinated dance movements ...
    on June 7, 2013     Source: MSNBC


  1. "The government will not sit idly by and watch these jobs and small- and medium-size businesses be wiped out by fluctuations in global credit markets," Rudd said.
    on Jan 23, 2009 By: Kevin Rudd Source: AFP

  2. "The alliance of Google and brings together the world's leading platforms to empower small and medium-size businesses to accelerate and thrive," said Marc Benioff, Salesforce chief executive.
    on Jun 4, 2007 By: Marc Benioff Source: Financial Times (subscription)

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