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Medio (plural Medioj, accusative singular Medion, accusative plural Mediojn)

  1. environment

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Patrono:Gl-adj

  1. half
  2. average, typical
  3. (figuratively) the greater part
  4. central, at the midpoint

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Patrono:Gl-adv

  1. partly, somewhat, not completely
    É medio parvo. — "He is somewhat small."

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medio m. (plural medi)

  1. (anatomy) middle finger, tall man

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medio m (f media, m plural medi, f plural medie)

  1. mean, average

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Medio

  1. First-person singular present tense of mediare.

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Medio m. (feminine media, masculine plural Medios, feminine plural medias)

  1. half, half a/an
    • media horahalf an hour
    • media manzanahalf an apple
  2. middle, mid
    • clase media — middle class
  3. mid, in the middle of
  4. mean, average
  5. a bit of a, somewhat of a
    • es medio idiotahe’s a bit of an idiot

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Medio m. (plural Medios)

Singular
Medio m.

Plural
Medios m.

  1. middle, center
  2. half
  3. medium (spiritualism)
  4. method, way
  5. (plural) means
  6. channel, vehicle, medium
  7. (plural) media
  8. (plural) resources, funds, means
  9. environment, surroundings, medium, milieu
  10. society
  11. habitat
  12. Patrono:Football halfback
  13. middle course
  14. Patrono:Mexico medio (an ancient coin)
  15. Patrono:Peru five cents

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Medio

  1. half, partly

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Medio (infinitive mediar)

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of mediar.

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