midway美 [ˌmɪd'weɪ] 英 [ˌmɪd'weɪ]
in the middle of a period of time; between two places
The goal was scored midway through the first half.
an area in a fair, carnival, or circus for sideshows and other amusements
halfway between two points, parts, or places
halfway through an event, course of action, or period of time
Our two subfamilies converged just once a year, after Christmas, midway at my grandfather's house.
Midway up the door was fixed a plate of metal: Simon could not tell if it was a latch or a peephole cover.
He said as much to Tesla as they approached an intersection midway along the corridor. "I-I'll wait for you here-you know, s-stand guard. "
Spain continued to pile on the pressure and streaked away to establish what turned out to be an unassailable 52-29 lead at the midway point.
He was born in 1953, and grew up in London, Ontario, a manufacturing town midway between Toronto and Detroit.
I have never thought that you are such a rude person, don't you know it's quite impolite of you to ring your customers off midway?
Ntiero was a player in Nigeria's Army Forces team and also at Calabar Rovers. He took over as the national team coach midway through 2006.
The procedure took longer than he expected, however, and Arndt decided to make a break for the bank midway through surgery.
The sun was midway across the sky when I noticed how restless Maheegun had become.
The answer was simple when, midway through last season, a group of reporters asked if he would ever fancy moving to a club like Real Madrid.