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    Amid and between.

    Hello.

    Is there a difference between "amid" and "between"?

    My sentence is:
    Is there a huge difference between/amid British, American and Australian English? (By the way, this question interests me as well).

    Thanks in advance.
    Boris, not Godunov .

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    Re: Amid and between.

    'Between' is correct.

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    Re: Amid and between.

    And 'amid' is definitely not.

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