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Oxford dictionary definition of the word medium:
noun (plural media or mediums)
1an agency or means of doing something:
using the latest technology as a medium for job creation
their primitive valuables acted as a medium of exchange
a means by which something is communicated or expressed:
here the Welsh language is the medium of instruction
2the intervening substance through which sensory impressions are conveyed or physical forces are transmitted:
radio communication needs no physical medium between the two stations
the substance in which an organism lives or is cultured:
these cells are grown in a nutrient-rich medium
a liquid (e.g. oil or water) with which pigments are mixed, with a binder, to make paint.
3a particular form of storage material for computer files, such as magnetic tape or discs.
4the material or form used by an artist, composer, or writer:
oil paint is the most popular medium for glazing
5 (plural mediums) a person claiming to be in contact with the spirits of the dead and to communicate between the dead and the living.
6the middle quality or state between two extremes; a reasonable balance:
the song soon discovers a happy medium between thrash and catchy pop
halfway between two extremes of size, amount, length, etc.; average:
John is six feet tall, of medium build
plan for the medium term
Cricket (of bowling or a bowler) of a pace intermediate between fast and slow bowling:
Tate had early developed into a fast medium bowler