Of or relating to people or groups whose income falls in the middle of the range for an overall population.(adjective)
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Use "middle-income" in a sentence
"This is the first page of tax policy, in which he attacks President Obama for class warfare, saying: He's calling middle-income Americans 'millionaires and billionaires.'"
"While defined as a middle-income country, it still boasts high levels of poverty, especially in the rural sector."
"That can help them avoid falling into the so-called middle-income trap afflicting many emerging-market businesses."