Pronunciation:  US [.em oʊ 'ɑr] UK [.em əʊ 'ɑː(r)]
  • abbr.(=
  • n.Moderation music
  • WebRailways (Ministry of Railways) and Mor (Modulus of rupture) and flexural strength
(= middle of the road) 
middle- of- the- road: used for describing music that is pleasant but not very interesting or exciting 
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