Translation of halfway in Spanish:


a mitad de camino, adv.

Pronunciation /ˈhæfˌweɪ//ˈhɑːfweɪ//hɑːfˈweɪ/


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    (at, to mid point)
    a mitad de camino
    we stopped halfway to have a rest paramos a mitad de camino para descansar
    • halfway between two points a mitad de camino entre dos puntos
    • it's about halfway between yellow and brown está entre el amarillo y el marrón
    • halfway down the path en medio del camino
    • halfway into the season en / a mitad de la temporada
    • he gave up halfway through the course dejó el curso en / a la mitad
    • how far have you got? — I'm about halfway through ¿cuánto has hecho? — voy por la mitad
    • they were already halfway up the street when we saw them ya iban por mitad de la calle cuando los vimos
    • you're halfway there! ya llevas la mitad del camino recorrido
    • to go halfway to/toward sth
    • these concessions only go halfway toward meeting their demands estas concesiones solo satisfacen la mitad de sus reivindicaciones
    • it went halfway to remedying their previous mistakes remedió en parte sus errores anteriores
    • to go halfway with sb (support partly) estar de acuerdo con algn en parte
    • to meet sb halfway (compromise) llegar a una solución intermedia / a un compromiso con algn
    • I'm past the halfway mark, it's going to be finished and I am going to get out!
    • Keep going with the article, it starts slow but about halfway down starts getting into the real meaning.
    • I felt I should no more drop out halfway than a junior officer would have hung back when ordering his troops to go over the top.
    • It was when we finally reached the halfway point that things began to get more difficult.
    • At that time of day, of course, the ferry was already almost halfway to Montserrat.
    • When we reached about the halfway point, then the mortar and artillery fire started falling.
    • It may also make sense to add another crossing pipe halfway uphill of the one that washed out.
    • The fundraising appeal is ongoing and has almost reached the £100,000 halfway point.
    • By the time he reached the bottom of the stairs, Chris was already halfway to the door.
    • The club now boasts 606 members in total with the halfway mark of the 1500 target hovering into view.
    • By the time we reached the halfway point of the climb, our water supply was gone.
    • This fine pitch is roughly halfway between Headley's Bridge and Knocknagoshel.
    • Daniel stopped halfway upstairs and looked at her with a pained expression on his face.
    • I wanted to pour my heart out and tell them I was only halfway home.
    • Imagine Updike's Couples remixed by Brett Easton Ellis and you're halfway home.
    • It was about when she reached the halfway mark between the store and dumpsters that she heard the low rumble of a souped engine roar.
    • He was already halfway across the open-plan lawn, discarding his clothes to reveal an all-over tan.
    • After the concert, the storm was so intense my dad had to pull over halfway home.
    • The orienteering course its members were on was at about the halfway point of the race.
    • It would easily take a week, if they had no problems, to climb those mountains and reach a halfway mark.
  • 2informal

    (satisfactory/decent) medio
    (satisfactory/decent) semi-
    • It was a simple weapon, standard issue, but it was steel, with halfway decent heft.
    • These issues should be easy and cheap to find in any comic store with a halfway decent back stock.
    • At this point she started to reach for anything to say, but then, she got a halfway decent idea.
    • That wasn't a bad place to pitch if you really knew how to pitch and had halfway decent control.
    • So, maybe between them Rimington and Jennings have written a halfway entertaining book.
    • He also mentions some halfway decent Manc acts like Roger, Bynatone, Nylon Pylon and Double Grey.
    • Restaurants actually started to offer halfway decent veggie food.
    • Dressed like a dosser, he shuffles about, teaching Caviezel how to make banal lines sound halfway decent.
    • If it had even a halfway decent interface, it would probably be fun to play.
    • At best the sound was halfway decent, along the lines of a typical cell phone call.
    • At last, a halfway decent British movie after what has so far amounted to a pretty depressing year for UK cinema.
    • At least it's got some halfway decent teachers and good labs and stuff.
    • Scott had talked him into getting rid of the wristbands so he could look halfway decent for the prom.
    • Everyone knows that the only reason I sound like a halfway decent singer is that I have a great band with me to cover my bad notes.
    • A couple of halfway decent, if rather weedy, hits would see us within chipping distance, so we went for it.
    • Like any halfway decent hero, Kingstone's looking out for the little guy - sort of.
    • With the fairways cut and greens in halfway decent shape, it was bound to happen that good scores would be shot.
    • It's fine for taking stills, but we found it requires the user to sit very still in front of the cam if you want a halfway decent photo.
    • If I do a search on there to see which weblogs are linking to mine it provides me a halfway decent list.
    • That was back in the days when they awarded prizes to stuff that was halfway entertaining and interesting.


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    (point) medio
    the halfway mark la mitad
    • to reach the halfway stage llegar a la etapa intermedia
    • a halfway stage between childhood and adulthood una etapa intermedia entre la niñez y la edad adulta