Middle vs Transitional - What's the difference?
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Middle is a related term of transitional.
As adjectives the difference between middle and transitional
is that middle
is located in the middle; in between while transitional
is of, or relating to a transition.
As a noun middle
is a centre, midpoint.
* myddle (obsolete)
A centre, midpoint.
The part between the beginning and the end.
Mr. Pratt's Patients
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(cricket) The middle stump.
The central part of a human body.
(grammar) The middle voice.
* centre, center
Located in the middle; in between.
- the middle point
Pertaining to the middle voice.
- middle name, Middle English, Middle Ages
* See also
* middle age
* Middle Ages
* middle child
* middle class
* Middle East
* middle management
* middle passage
* middle path
* middle way
of, or relating to a transition
temporary; pending the implementation of something new
- XHTML 1.0 Transitional
* (temporary) provisional, provisory