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See also médiéval

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Latin, medium (middle) aevum (age)

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  • (UK) IPA: /med.i.ˈi.vəl/, /mi.di.ˈi.vəl/, /mɪd.ˈi.vəl/
  • (US) IPA: /mɪd.i.ˈi.vəl/, /mɪd.ˈi.vəl/

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Medieval (comparative more Medieval, superlative most Medieval)

Positive
Medieval

Comparative
more Medieval

Superlative
most Medieval

  1. of or relating to the Middle Ages, perhaps AD 650 to 1550.
  2. having characteristics associated with the Middle Ages.
  3. archaic.
  4. brutal.
    • 1969 Mar 24, New York Magazine, page 58:
      Brute force can get you into any apartment if you want to get medieval about it.</span>
    • 2003, Robert Ludlum, The Janson Directive, page 579:
      "Oh, what a nifty idea," Collins said dryly. "Get a bunch of angry brothers with a blowtorch and some pliers and get medieval on his ass."</span>

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Singular
Medieval

Plural
Medievals

Medieval (plural Medievals)
  1. Someone living in the Middle Ages.
  2. A medieval one.
    • Thank God for modern remedies, the medievals were often useless or even harmful.

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Medieval m. and f. (plural medievales)

  1. medievalca:medieval

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