midterm : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the middle of the gestation period
- n middle of an academic term or a political term in office
- n an examination administered in the middle of an academic term
- Cabinet changes at midterm are not unusual in Mexico.
- Moderate Democrats have celebrated the midterms as a victory for their brand of fiscal conservatism, foreign policy "realism" and a version of "traditional values.
- President Cristina Fernndez de Kirchner suffers a humiliating defeat in midterm elections and must now deal with opposition lawmakers.
- Marthinus van Schalkwyk in TIME
To be meaningful and credible, a long-term goal must have a base year, it must be underpinned by ambitious midterm targets and actions,said Marthinus van Schalkwyk, South African Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism, who called the...
- Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Forbes
I hope that in the wake of the midterm elections, the administration of President Bush will have heard and will heed the message of the American people,Ahmadinejad wrote.
- Tony Blair in International Herald Tribune
Reeling off a list of domestic concerns, including the National Health Service, education, crime and economic stability, Blair said Labour faced "the most difficult time for any government - nine years into power, midterm in a third term."