The middle of the calendar or academic year.(noun)
An examination given in the middle of a school year.(noun)
A series of such examinations.(noun)
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Use "midyear" in a sentence
"Economists expect the RBA won 't follow the lead of other Asia-Pacific central banks and intervene to prevent further gains, as the Aussie dollar' s 20% rally since midyear is strongly supported by a mining boom and solid economic fundamentals."
"But certainly by midyear, I mean, we did I think, Demos, you said over 1,000 projects in our stores in terms of remodeling and expensing."
"House Minority Leader DuBose Porter (D-Dublin), who was one of the five, said their main concern is the failure of the budget to fully fund what's known as the midyear adjustment for schools."