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go-be·tween

(gō′bĭ-twēn′)
n.
One who acts as an intermediary or messenger between two sides.

go-between

n
a person who acts as agent or intermediary for two people or groups in a transaction or dealing

go′-between`



n.
a person who acts as an intermediary between persons or groups.
[1590–1600]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.go-between - a negotiator who acts as a link between partiesgo-between - a negotiator who acts as a link between parties
mediatrix - a woman who is a mediator
conciliator, make-peace, pacifier, peacemaker, reconciler - someone who tries to bring peace
diplomat - a person who deals tactfully with others
harmoniser, harmonizer - a mediator who brings one thing into harmonious agreement with another
interpreter, translator - someone who mediates between speakers of different languages
marriage broker, matcher, matchmaker - someone who arranges (or tries to arrange) marriages for others
moderator - someone who mediates disputes and attempts to avoid violence
negotiant, negotiator, treater - someone who negotiates (confers with others in order to reach a settlement)
second hand - an intermediate person; used in the phrase `at second hand'; "he could learn at second hand from books"

go-between

noun intermediary, agent, medium, broker, factor, dealer, liaison, mediator, middleman He will act as a go-between to try and work out an agenda.

go-between

noun
Someone who acts as an intermediate agent in a transaction or helps to resolve differences:
Translations

go-between

[ˈgəʊbɪˌtwiːn] Nintermediario/a m/f; (= pimp) → alcahuete/a m/f

go-between

n pl <-s> → Vermittler(in) m(f), → Mittelsmann m

go-between

[ˈgəʊbɪˌtwiːn] nintermediario/a
References in periodicals archive ?
GraphOn products include GO-Global, the first thin client X server for Microsoft Windows PC's; GO-Joe, the first thin client Java X server; and GO-Between, the first thin client X server for multi-user NT.
GraphOn products include GO-Global, the world's first thin client X server for PCs running Microsoft Windows; GO-Joe, the world's first thin client Java X server; and GO-Between, the world's first thin client X server for multi-user NT (such as Microsoft(R) Terminal Server and Citrix WinFrame).
Enhancements to GO-Global, GO-Joe, and GO-Between include a unified GlobalHost, or Universal X Server, allowing a single version of GlobalHost to serve UNIX/X and Linux applications to Windows PCs, Windows Terminal Server/multi-user NT, and Java clients over high and low bandwidth connections.