Definition of mid-course in English:

mid-course

noun

  • 1The middle of a course taken by a person or thing.

  • 2A middle course or mode of procedure.

adjective

  • 1Occurring or performed in the middle of a missile's course or a spacecraft's flight.

  • 2US. In extended use. Made, carried out, or performed during a course, project, campaign, etc.; frequently in "mid-course correction".

Origin

Early 16th century; earliest use found in Gavin Douglas (c1476–1522), poet and bishop of Dunkeld. From mid + course.

Pronunciation

mid-course

/ˌmɪdˈkɔːs/