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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 classic literature ?
Who are their go-betweens, and agents--do you know?
The air, the sky, the morning, the evening, the moonlight, my good friends the thieves, our jeers with the old hags of go-betweens, the fine architecture of Paris to study, three great books to make, one of them being against the bishops and his mills; and how can I tell all?
There was a string of people already straggling in, whom it was not difficult to identify as the nondescript messengers, go-betweens, and errand-bearers of the place.
for the time when we shall be always together, and can exchange our thoughts without the intervention of these cold go-betweens, pen, ink, and paper!
Formed in Brisbane in 1977 by Forster and fellow singer/songwriter Grant McLennan, independent rock band The Go-Betweens attracted little popular attention over their eighteen-year career, which spanned 1977 to 1989 and then 2000 to 2006.
The BBC cited what it said was a letter from ETA declaring it had handed all its weapons to civilian go-betweens and was now a disarmed organisation.
Operating almost exclusively in Spanish, they are accused of commissioning attacks, radicalization, promoting Islamist militancy and acting as go-betweens for the group in Europe.
To tap into the stream of real estate deals involving large corporations, WeWork is offering would-be go-betweens a richer bounty.
Using previously unexplored sources from Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, and the USA, Karina Urbach unravels the story of top-level go-betweens such as the Duke of Coburg, grandson of Queen Victoria, and the seductive Stephanie von Hohenlohe, who rose from a life of poverty in Vienna to become a princess and an intimate of Adolf Hitler.
TONIGHT ROBERT FORSTER Founding member of The Go-Betweens, Forster is a true living legend and comes to King Tut's tonight for a rare live appearance.
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