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1: at or near or toward the center of a ship; "in the late 19th century, engines were placed in front, amidships, and at the rear" [syn: amidships, amidship, midships]
adverb Date: 1692 1. in or toward the part of a ship midway between bow and stern 2. in or toward the middle
adv. (US amidship) in or into the middle of a ship. Etymology: MIDSHIP after AMID
Midships Mid"ships`, adv. [For amidships.] (Naut.) In the middle of a ship; -- properly amidships.
Amidships A*mid"ships, adv. (Naut.) In the middle of a ship, with regard to her length, and sometimes also her breadth. --Totten.
Amidships means halfway along the length of a ship. The ferry hit us amidships. ADV: ADV after v
ad. (Naut.) Midships, amidward.
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