In your midst

In your midst

“Midst” is a noun, and it can refer to a place or the middle of an event where there are some or many mortals (mortales). Let´s examine some examples.

• Where is Mr. Trump? “In the midst” (en medio de) of a crowd in Plaza Mayor, Madrid.

• Sometimes soldiers are in the midst of a battle (en plena batalla).

• In our midst (entre nosotros) there are many clowns (payasos).

• In midst of all the commotion (en media de toda la conmoción), Mr. Sánchez, the Spanish Prime Minister, lost his hat (perdió su sombrero).