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Princeton's WordNet

  1. mid-Junenoun

    the middle part of June


  1. mid-Junenoun

    Any time in the middle of June.

  2. mid-Juneadverb

    In the middle of June.

  3. mid-Juneadjective

    Happening in the middle of June.

  4. Etymology: From mid, and June.


  1. mid-june

    Mid-June generally refers to the time period during the middle of the month of June. It can vary slightly depending on the specific calendar year, but it typically falls around the 10th to 20th of June.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of mid-june in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of mid-june in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of mid-june in a Sentence

  1. Jessica Levinson:

    Trump thinks ‘our country is going to hell.’ Well, there is likely little more than a chance in hell that we are going to amend the Constitution, amending the Constitution is one of the most serious things that lawmakers can do. Therefore the path to doing it is rightfully arduous. I would put the chances … as beyond a longshot. To be sure, changing the Constitution, the supreme law of the land, would require a two-thirds vote in Congress, then ratification from three-fourths of state legislatures. It could also be changed through a constitutional convention in which at least 34 states convene to vote on an amendment, which would then need ratification from a minimum 38 states. Trump since announcing his candidacy in mid-June has made illegal immigrants from Mexico a top concern and has suggested several solutions -- including a wall along the southern border and the change to birthright citizenship.

  2. Xiao Shijun:

    I expect to see more volatility in the short term. The correction is probable to last for a while until the mid-June when the funds locked up for this round of IPOs unfreeze.

  3. Fatih Birol:

    At the current pace in the oil market, we may well see around mid-June the global storage capacity can be full.

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    a small contrasting part of something
    • A. profaneness
    • B. anestrus
    • C. confrere
    • D. maculation

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