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Oxford dictionary definition of the word midterm:
the middle of a term in a school, university, etc
(as modifier) ⇒ midterm exam
the middle of a term of office, esp of a presidential term, when congressional and local elections are held
(as modifier) ⇒ midterm elections
the middle of the gestation period
(as modifier) ⇒ midterm checkup
See term (sense 6)
Example Sentences Including ‘midterm’
Cheney continued: “We won the midterm congressional elections.
NEW ZEALAND HERALD (2004)
He led his party to seize additional congressional seats in the midterm elections of 2002, a feat unseen since Franklin Roosevelt.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2004)
He stepped down as Democratic leader after the 2002 midterm elections, in which Republicans gained seats.
It is believed to be the worst performance by a governing party in a midterm election.
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST AND ECHO (2004)