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Definition of "amid" []

  • Surrounded by; in the middle of. (preposition)
  • In the middle of; among (preposition)

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Use "amid" in a sentence
  • "Juergen Stark is resigning before the end of his term amid talk that he is unhappy with the way the eurozone is handling its banking crisis."
  • "One of the most conservative members of the House of Representatives says he will not run for another term amid claims he called a gay sex phone line."
  • "He moved to Sunderland in summer 2008 but left Wearside six months later without a single goal to his name amid rumours of a dressing room bust up with team-mate Anton Ferdinand."