Main definitions of midi in English

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midi1

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nounplural noun midis/ˈmidēz/

  • A woman's calf-length skirt, dress, or coat.

    ‘There's the maxi, the midi, the mini, the micro and the Marsh.’
    • ‘Indeed they were reluctant to abandon it, even after fashion decreed the longer midi or maxi.’

Pronunciation

midi

/ˈmidē/ /ˈmɪdi/

Origin

1960s from mid, on the pattern of maxi and mini.

Main definitions of Midi in English

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Midi2

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proper noun

  • The south of France.

Pronunciation

Midi

/mēˈdē/ /miˈdi/

Origin

French, literally ‘midday’; compare with Mezzogiorno.

Main definitions of MIDI in English

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MIDI3

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noun

usually as modifier
  • A widely used standard for interconnecting electronic musical instruments and computers.

    • ‘a MIDI controller’

Pronunciation

MIDI

/ˈmidē/ /ˈmɪdi/

Origin

1980s acronym from musical instrument digital interface.