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[ US /ˌɪnɝˈmidiɛɹi, ˌɪntɝˈmidiɛɹi/ ]
[ UK /ˌɪntəmˈiːdiːəɹi/ ]
  1. a negotiator who acts as a link between parties
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How To Use intermediary In A Sentence

  • The first cultural intermediary is the runway show.
  • The intermediary requires a greater depth in instruction.
  • Felix observed that the key intermediary is who whoever bills and owns the namespace for the small retailer. October « 2008 « Innovation Cloud
  • The word intuition comes from the Latin intueri, which means “to look upon”; it refers to our ability to observe a situation instantaneously, without our sense perception or our logic acting as intermediary. The Answer
  • It has been chosen to serve as the investment intermediary in placing the shares on the stock exchange.
  • Rochester's writings embody many of the contradictions of this intermediary era.
  • It converts its German distributor to a stripped-risk intermediary called a commissionaire to limit what would otherwise be sales margins taxable in Germany. Transfer Pricing As Tax Avoidance
  • Therefore, by using nickel as an intermediary metal the joint can be made.
  • The padrone was an ethnic intermediary and labour agent with the resources necessary to conduct the trade.
  • State Administration for Industry and Commerce shall actively cooperate with other departments concerned to enhance the macro-management of the intermediary market of entry and exit.
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