- n.周中（指一周中间的日子）; 星期三;
- 复数: midweeks;
to play a match in midweek
By midweek officials were speaking hopefully of a "compromise".
The package includes midweek flights from Gatwick.
They'll be able to go up to London midweek.
It was a record attendance for a midweek game.
They have just come off the back of a great result against Manchester United in midweek.
Indeed, most of them have had midweek games with internationals for a long time.
Moving midweek holidays to the nearest Monday or Friday allows uninterrupted work weeks.
We won in Debrecen in midweek and we knew that we needed to keep winning.
We are happy to have a long week with no midweek games.
Elsewhere defender Philippe Christanval is out and striker Brian McBride was unavailable for the midweek game.
The English champions bowed out of the UEFA Champions League in midweek as Barcelona defeated them.
After the midweek draw with Manchester United, Wenger Sol Campbell may take a breather.
Midweek is a good time to travel to avoid the crowds.
City meteorologists said conditions would improve, but warned the sand would linger through midweek.
Okay, there's potentially a free midweek here. Then, hopefully, there's more football.
好的, 这里有可能出现一个自由的周中. 然后如无意外, 将会迎接更多的足球赛事.
Lucas has come and as he showed in midweek he has so much energy.
After several midweek games the top of the Premiership remains unchanged.
Midweek, walks are great and in keeping with your mood isis not.
The players that weren't midweek have trained very well this week.
If you traveled midweek, the fare should be higher than if a Saturday night were include.
Following the convincing Carling Cup win midweek, Mourinho calls for more of the same against Forest.
1. occurring during the middle of the week;
"midweekly prayer meetings"
1. in the middle of the week