midgrade

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English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

  • mid-grade

Etymology[edit]

mid- +‎ grade

Adjective[edit]

midgrade (not comparable)

  1. Of a medium grade; not premium or low-grade
    • 2007 July 29, Norman Mayersohn, “A Lesson in European Economy”, New York Times:
      At the time I drove it, diesel fuel was selling for $2.99 a gallon in New Jersey, about a nickel less than midgrade gas and 30 cents cheaper than premium.