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mid- +‎ sized

Adjective

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midsized (not comparable)

  1. Of medium size, not particularly large or small
    • 2009 January 28, Natasha Singer, “Bristol-Myers’s Reliance on Three Drugs Casts Doubt on Strategy”, in New York Times[1]:
      “We are becoming a midsized company that is leaner, more agile and better able to execute our strategy,” James M. Cornelius, the chief executive of Bristol-Myers, said Tuesday in a call with investment analysts.