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Meaning of “intermediary” - Learner’s Dictionary

intermediary

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌɪntəˈmiːdiəri/
someone who works with two people or groups to help them agree on something importantDebate and discussionDiplomacy and mediation
Translations of “intermediary”
in Arabic تَوسّط…
in Korean 중재자…
in Malaysian orang tengah…
in French intermédiaire…
in Turkish aracı, arabulucu…
in Italian intermediario…
in Chinese (Traditional) 調解人,中間人…
in Russian посредник…
in Polish mediator/ka, pośredni-k/czka…
in Vietnamese người hòa giải…
in Spanish intermediario…
in Portuguese intermediário…
in Thai คนกลาง…
in German der/die Vermittler(in)…
in Catalan intermediari, -ària…
in Japanese 仲介(者)…
in Indonesian penengah, perantara…
in Chinese (Simplified) 调解人,中间人…
(Definition of intermediary from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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