amid /əˈmɪd/


I. preposition

1. surrounded by; in the middle of

our dream home, set amid magnificent rolling countryside.
2. in an atmosphere or against a background of

talks broke down amid accusations of a hostile takeover bid.
– origin Middle English amidde(s) (see a2, mid1).

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