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in·ter·me·di·ate

 (ĭn′tər-mē′dē-ĭt)
adj.
Lying or occurring between two extremes or in a middle position or state: an aircraft having an intermediate range; an intermediate school.
n.
1. One that is in a middle position or state.
2. An intermediary.
3. Chemistry A substance formed as a necessary stage in the manufacture of a desired end product.
4. An automobile that is smaller than a full-sized model but larger than a compact.
intr.v. (-āt′) in·ter·me·di·at·ed, in·ter·me·di·at·ing, in·ter·me·di·ates
1. To act as an intermediary; mediate.
2. To intervene.

[Middle English, from Medieval Latin intermediātus, from Late Latin intermedius : Latin inter-, inter- + Latin medius, middle; see medhyo- in Indo-European roots.]

in′ter·me′di·a·cy n.
in′ter·me′di·ate·ly adv.
in′ter·me′di·a′tion n.
in′ter·me′di·a′tor n.

intermediate

adj
1. occurring or situated between two points, extremes, places, etc; in between
2. (Education) (of a class, course, etc) suitable for learners with some degree of skill or competence
3. (General Physics) physics (of a neutron) having an energy between 100 and 100 000 electronvolts
4. (Geological Science) geology (of such igneous rocks as syenite) containing between 55 and 66 per cent silica
n
5. something intermediate
6. (Chemistry) a substance formed during one of the stages of a chemical process before the desired product is obtained
vb
(intr) to act as an intermediary or mediator
[C17: from Medieval Latin intermediāre to intervene, from Latin inter- + medius middle]
ˌinterˈmediacy, ˌinterˈmediateness n
ˌinterˈmediately adv
ˌinterˌmediˈation n
ˌinterˈmediˌator n

in•ter•me•di•ate1

(ˌɪn tərˈmi di ɪt)

adj.
1. being, situated, or acting between two points, stages, things, persons, etc.: the intermediate steps in a procedure.
2. of or pertaining to an intermediate school.
3. (of an automobile) mid-size.
n.
4. a person who acts between others; intermediary; mediator.
5. something intermediate, as a form or class.
6. a substance formed during a chemical reaction but before the end product is formed: a dye intermediate.
[1615–25; < Medieval Latin intermediātus < Late Latin intermedi(um) intervening place =inter- inter- + medius middle]
in`ter•me′di•ate•ly, adv.

in•ter•me•di•ate2

(ˌɪn tərˈmi diˌeɪt)

v.i. -at•ed, -at•ing.
to act as an intermediary; intervene; mediate.
[1600–10; < Medieval Latin intermediātus, past participle of intermediāre. See inter-, mediate]
in`ter•me`di•a′tion, n.
in`ter•me′di•a`tor, n.
in`ter•me′di•a•to`ry (-əˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i) adj.

intermediate


Past participle: intermediated
Gerund: intermediating

Imperative
intermediate
intermediate
Present
I intermediate
you intermediate
he/she/it intermediates
we intermediate
you intermediate
they intermediate
Preterite
I intermediated
you intermediated
he/she/it intermediated
we intermediated
you intermediated
they intermediated
Present Continuous
I am intermediating
you are intermediating
he/she/it is intermediating
we are intermediating
you are intermediating
they are intermediating
Present Perfect
I have intermediated
you have intermediated
he/she/it has intermediated
we have intermediated
you have intermediated
they have intermediated
Past Continuous
I was intermediating
you were intermediating
he/she/it was intermediating
we were intermediating
you were intermediating
they were intermediating
Past Perfect
I had intermediated
you had intermediated
he/she/it had intermediated
we had intermediated
you had intermediated
they had intermediated
Future
I will intermediate
you will intermediate
he/she/it will intermediate
we will intermediate
you will intermediate
they will intermediate
Future Perfect
I will have intermediated
you will have intermediated
he/she/it will have intermediated
we will have intermediated
you will have intermediated
they will have intermediated
Future Continuous
I will be intermediating
you will be intermediating
he/she/it will be intermediating
we will be intermediating
you will be intermediating
they will be intermediating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been intermediating
you have been intermediating
he/she/it has been intermediating
we have been intermediating
you have been intermediating
they have been intermediating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been intermediating
you will have been intermediating
he/she/it will have been intermediating
we will have been intermediating
you will have been intermediating
they will have been intermediating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been intermediating
you had been intermediating
he/she/it had been intermediating
we had been intermediating
you had been intermediating
they had been intermediating
Conditional
I would intermediate
you would intermediate
he/she/it would intermediate
we would intermediate
you would intermediate
they would intermediate
Past Conditional
I would have intermediated
you would have intermediated
he/she/it would have intermediated
we would have intermediated
you would have intermediated
they would have intermediated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.intermediate - a substance formed during a chemical process before the desired product is obtained
chemical, chemical substance - material produced by or used in a reaction involving changes in atoms or molecules
Verb1.intermediate - act between parties with a view to reconciling differencesintermediate - act between parties with a view to reconciling differences; "He interceded in the family dispute"; "He mediated a settlement"
negotiate, talk terms, negociate - discuss the terms of an arrangement; "They negotiated the sale of the house"
Adj.1.intermediate - lying between two extremes in time or space or state; "going from sitting to standing without intermediate pushes with the hands"; "intermediate stages in a process"; "intermediate stops on the route"; "an intermediate range plane"
terminal - being or situated at an end; "the endmost pillar"; "terminal buds on a branch"; "a terminal station"; "the terminal syllable"
2.intermediate - around the middle of a scale of evaluation; "an orange of average size"; "intermediate capacity"; "medium bombers"
moderate - being within reasonable or average limits; not excessive or extreme; "moderate prices"; "a moderate income"; "a moderate fine"; "moderate demands"; "a moderate estimate"; "a moderate eater"; "moderate success"; "a kitchen of moderate size"; "the X-ray showed moderate enlargement of the heart"

intermediate

adjective middle, mid, halfway, in-between (informal), midway, intervening, transitional, intermediary, median, interposed Consider breaking the journey with intermediate stopovers.

intermediate

adjectivenoun
Someone who acts as an intermediate agent in a transaction or helps to resolve differences:
Translations
مُتَوَسِّطمُتَوَسِّطٌ
meziproduktprostřednístředně pokročilýstřední
mellemliggendemellemniveaumellem-
keskitason
intermédiaireintermédier
srednji
középhaladó
milli-
中間の
중간의
vidurinis
starp-
stredne pokročilý
srednjivmesen
mellanliggande
ระหว่างกลาง
trung gian

intermediate

[ˌɪntəˈmiːdɪət]
A. ADJ [stage] → intermedio
the course is available on three levels: beginner, intermediate and advancedel curso consta de tres niveles: elemental, medio or intermedio y avanzado
B. Nintermediario/a m/f
C. CPD intermediate range ballistic missile Nmisil m balístico de alcance intermedio
intermediate range weapon Narma f de alcance medio
intermediate stop Nescala f
intermediate technology Ntecnología f media

intermediate

[ˌɪntərˈmiːdiət] adj
[point, stage, position] → intermédiaire
hourly trains to Perugia, Assisi, and intermediate stations → des trains toutes les heures pour Perugia, Assisi et les gares intermédiaires
to occupy an intermediate position → occuper une position intermédiaire, occuper une place intermédiaire
[course, level] → intermédiaire
[student, player] → de niveau intermédiaire
for beginners and intermediate players → pour joueurs débutants et de niveau intermédiaire

intermediate

adjZwischen-; French, maths etcfür fortgeschrittene Anfänger; intermediate positionZwischenposition f; intermediate stageZwischenstadium nt; the intermediate stationsdie dazwischenliegenden Bahnhöfe; intermediate stepZwischenstufe f; an intermediate studentein fortgeschrittener Anfänger, eine fortgeschrittene Anfängerin; intermediate range ballistic missileballistische Mittelstreckenrakete f; intermediate goods (Econ: = semi-finished) → Halbfabrikate pl; intermediate treatment (Brit) Sozialprogramm für jugendliche Straftäter und sozial gefährdete Jugendliche, das weder Inhaftierung noch Bestrafung beinhaltet
nfortgeschrittener Anfänger, fortgeschrittene Anfängerin

intermediate

[ˌɪntəˈmiːdɪət] adj (stage, position, course, level) → intermedio/a; (student) → che frequenta un corso intermedio

intermediate

(intəˈmiːdiət) adjective
in the middle; placed between two things, stages etc. An intermediate English course is more advanced than a beginners' course, but not as difficult as an advanced course.

intermediate

مُتَوَسِّطٌ prostřední mellemliggende dazwischenliegend ενδιάμεσος intermedio keskitason intermédiaire srednji intermedio 中間の 중간의 tussenliggend mellomliggende pośredni intermediário промежуточный mellanliggande ระหว่างกลาง orta trung gian 中间的

in·ter·me·di·ate

a. intermedio-a, situado entre dos extremos; después del principio y antes del final.

intermediate

adj intermedio; intermediate-acting de acción intermedia
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