Translation of middle-sized in Spanish:


de mediana estatura, adj.

Pronunciation /mɪd(ə)lˈsʌɪzd//ˈmɪdl ˈˌsaɪzd/


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    (person) de mediana estatura
    (tree) de mediana altura
    (company/industry/town) de tamaño medio
    • It is made up of 18 middle-sized taxi companies each of which is comprised of 200 to 700 cabs.
    • The French community is rich in middle-sized companies producing new works on decent budgets.
    • The backbone, small and medium businesses, especially the middle-sized ones, were sold or absorbed by the capital which entered Brazil.
    • He was a dull, monotonous speaker - an unheroic, middle-sized, stolid, plain soldier.
    • Thus, the total saved cost in all big and middle-sized restaurants or hotels on meals is up to 1 billion yuan every year.
    • It is important because it gives small businesses an equality of opportunity with middle-sized businesses.
    • He proposed instead complex plans to end the city's gaping budget deficit, by, among other proposals, creating a new market for trading bonds of the city's small and middle-sized high-tech companies.
    • Most of its 700-plus users are small- and middle-sized budget hotels in Europe, where the software is noted for quickly responding to the needs of customers and analyzing their habits so as to ensure a high rate of returned guests.
    • However, its consumption has spread outside rural areas, and is now found as ‘typical’ food in various large and middle-sized towns in these countries.
    • When we visited last year, it was a middle-sized player aspiring to improve sales and profitability in a sector dominated by a few large rivals that were more profitable.
    • But the great powers (and the middle-sized ones, too) do not pay attention even when their profound interests are at stake, unless the interest is security.
    • We can't solve stuff - old stuff, middle-sized stuff - within our own borders.
    • Omar was a middle-sized man with one eye missing.
    • In China, around 80 per cent of food producers are small or middle-sized, with only a small minority located in major cities.
    • Most toy factories are small or middle-sized, with limited staff and budgets for toy innovation.
    • On a typical side street in the Latino East Side of Austin stands a middle-sized, unassuming house.
    • Now that merging small or middle-sized enterprises into giant ones is the global trend, Chinese enterprises and international companies in China are following suit.
    • According to sources with the International Yacht Exhibition, each marina would be home to 12 to 15 middle-sized boats.
    • Such activity chokes off creative efforts by others, particularly the small and middle-sized firms that are typically more innovative.
    • Such abstract sculptures are often seen in middle-sized cities in China.