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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A mediator between parties; any person or thing that acts intermediately.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun A mediator.

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  • noun An intermediate agent; a mediator.

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  • noun a negotiator who acts as a link between parties

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Examples

  • Holbrooke also ruled out any chances of the US playing the role of an 'intermediator' between India and Pakistan.

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  • Perhaps they speak English or perhaps there's some person who can act as an intermediator, intermediary and a translator for them to transmit to them what the FBI wants to say.

    CNN Transcript Apr 9, 2009

  • There is an idea, in large parts of the Arab World that perhaps his more global perspective will allow the United States to be a bit of a fairer moderator, a fairer intermediator between these two groups.

    CNN Transcript Dec 29, 2008

  • There is an idea, in large parts of the Arab world, that perhaps his more global perspective will allow the United States to be a bit of a fairer moderator, a-- a fairer intermediator between these two -- two groups.

    CNN Transcript Dec 29, 2008

  • Lincoln met the intermediator, but the ultimate negotiation fell through, like the others all.

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • With the same gravity, the intermediator reckoned the cost would be more.

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • With the same gravity, the intermediator reckoned the cost would be more.

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • Lincoln met the intermediator, but the ultimate negotiation fell through, like the others all.

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • Dumas, another admiration, they did not see; an introduction to Hugo, Browning carried about for years but had no chance of presenting; Beranger they saw in the street, and regretted the absence of an intermediator.

    Robert Browning

  • Dumas, another admiration, they did not see; an introduction to Hugo, Browning carried about for years but had no chance of presenting; Béranger they saw in the street, and regretted the absence of an intermediator.

    Robert Browning

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