Learn how to say Midstream correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word midstream:
the middle of a stream or river
the middle of a process or action ⇒ they tried to change the rules in midstream
in or towards the middle of a stream or river ⇒ moored midstream
Example Sentences Including ‘midstream’
— with stephen david The shoot-and-scoot offensive launched by Sonia Gandhi has her adversaries changing battle strategy midstream.
INDIA TODAY (1998)
He stops midstream while a few of us dive in optimistically, hoping for a close encounter.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2002)
Hearts in mouths the girls had reached midstream `How far could you swim, Lise?
Townsend, Eileen IN LOVE AND WAR
She found a flat rock, in midstream , to perch on, and from there made an assessment of her situation.
Clive Barker GALILEE (2001)
The one, Yorkshire Television, got flooded with complaints from viewers for cutting off the President of the United States in midstream.
Jon Snow SHOOTING HISTORY: A PERSONAL JOURNEY (2004)
The water was soothing, almost up to the rim as he held a course in midstream , avoiding other craft under the Suspension Bridge.
Sillitoe, Alan THE OPEN DOOR
They don’t want to influence the public by releasing figures midstream , they say.