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English

Etymology

From Latin medium, neuter of medius (middle). Compare middle.

Pronunciation

  • enPR: mē'diəm, IPA(No language code specified.): /ˈmiːdɪəm/, Template:SAMPA
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Noun

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  1. Lua error in Module:labels/templates at line 29: The parameter "lang" is required. The nature of the surrounding environment, e.g. solid, liquid, gas, vacuum, or a specific substance such as a solvent.
  2. Lua error in Module:labels/templates at line 29: The parameter "lang" is required. The material or empty space through which signals, waves or forces pass.
  3. Lua error in Module:labels/templates at line 29: The parameter "lang" is required. A format for communicating or presenting information.
  4. Lua error in Module:labels/templates at line 29: The parameter "lang" is required. A nutrient solution for the growth of cells in vitro.
  5. Lua error in Module:labels/templates at line 29: The parameter "lang" is required. The means or channel by which an aim is achieved.
  6. Lua error in Module:labels/templates at line 29: The parameter "lang" is required. A liquid base which carries pigment in paint.
  7. Lua error in Module:labels/templates at line 29: The parameter "lang" is required. Someone who supposedly conveys information from the spirit world.
  8. Lua error in Module:labels/templates at line 29: The parameter "lang" is required. Anything having a measurement intermediate between extremes, such as a garment or container.
  9. Lua error in Module:labels/templates at line 29: The parameter "lang" is required. A person whom garments or apparel of intermediate size fit.

Quotations

(format for communicating or presenting information):

  • 1996: In some instances one can take advantage of differential carbohydrate fermentation capabilities of microorganisms by incorporating one or more carbohydrates in the medium along with a suitable pH indicator. Such media are called differential media (e.g., eosin methylene blue or MacConkey agar) and are commonly used to isolate enteric bacilli. — Medical Microbiology, ed. Samuel Baron, MD.

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Translations

Adjective

medium (not comparable)

  1. Template:obsolete Arithmetically average.
  2. Of intermediate size, degree, amount etc.
  3. Of meat, cooked to a point greater than rare but less than well done; typically, so the meat is still red in the centre.

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Statistics

Most common English words before 1923 in Project Gutenberg: o' · eight · modern · #840: medium · ill · eat · et

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Danish

Etymology

From Latin medium.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /meːdiɔm/, [ˈmeːˀd̥jɔm]

Noun

medium or medie n (singular definite mediet, plural indefinite medier)
  1. medium

Inflection

Adjective

medium (indeclinable)
  1. medium

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Latin

Adjective

medium n
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Noun

medium m
  1. middle, center, medium, midst
  2. community, public, publicity

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Noun

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Swedish

Noun

medium n
  1. a medium, a middle part in communication, a substance useful for communication (e.g. aether), a spiritual connection

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