英 [ˌhɑ:fˈweɪ] 美 [ˌhæfˈweɪ]
副词 在中途; 到一半; 在中间; 大致上
1. I had halfway decided to accept their conditions at that time.
2. The runners reached the halfway mark in the race after 49 seconds.
3. Halfway measures won't solve the problem.
1. A Dutch newspaper says the customer found the frog halfway through her meal at the Burger King restaurant at The Hague's central train station.
2. Any way you add up those numbers, the marvelous Mavs are halfway to their first NBA title.
3. China says its territory extends to the end of the continental shelf, while Japan says the sea border is halfway between the countries'shores.
4. Cover the bowl and put in the refrigerator for a maximum of 5 hours, turning them over halfway through.
5. Halfway through his tenure as general counsel, he became Microsoft China's " piracy czar ".
6. The Nord Water racer had slipped on rocks in a remote valley halfway through the Darwin Range and suffered a haematoma in his leg.
7. The two lie about halfway between New Zealand and Hawaii, just east of the international date line.
8. It was not until the toll station stop halfway to his destination that he was found to be carrying 35 kg of explosives.
9. Roll diagonally to just over halfway, then bring opposite corners together and pinch close.
Halfway means in the middle of a place or between two points, at an equal distance from each of them.
e.g. Half-way across the car-park, he noticed she was walking with her eyes closed...
e.g. He was halfway up the ladder...
Halfway means in the middle of a period of time or of an event.
e.g. By then, it was October and we were more than halfway through our tour.
If you meet someone halfway, you accept some of the points they are making so that you can come to an agreement with them.
e.g. The Democrats are willing to meet the president halfway.
Halfway means reasonably.
e.g. You need hard currency to get anything halfway decent...
e.g. All I had to do was be halfway cool.