Intermediacy
Intermediacy In`ter*me"di*a*cy, n. [From {Intermediate}.] Interposition; intervention. --Derham. [1913 Webster]

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  • intermediacy — intermediate ► ADJECTIVE 1) coming between two things in time, place, character, etc. 2) having more than basic knowledge or skills but not yet advanced. ► NOUN ▪ an intermediate person or thing. ► VERB ▪ mediate. DERIVATIVES intermediac …   English terms dictionary

  • intermediacy — noun Date: 1713 1. the act or action of intermediating 2. the quality or state of being intermediate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • intermediacy — /in teuhr mee dee euh see/, n. the state of being intermediate or of acting intermediately. [1705 15; INTERMEDI(ATE)1 + ACY] * * * …   Universalium

  • intermediacy — noun a) The condition of being intermediate b) intervention …   Wiktionary

  • intermediacy — n. mediation, intervention; state of being located between two things …   English contemporary dictionary

  • intermediacy — in·ter·me·di·a·cy …   English syllables

  • intermediacy — in•ter•me•di•a•cy [[t]ˌɪn tərˈmi di ə si[/t]] n. the state of being intermediate or of acting intermediately • Etymology: 1705–15 …   From formal English to slang

  • intermediacy — /ɪntəˈmidiəsi/ (say intuh meedeeuhsee), / dʒəsi/ (say juhsee) noun the state of being intermediate, or of acting intermediately …   Australian English dictionary

  • intermediacy — ˌintə(r)ˈmēdēəsē, si, chiefly Brit mējəs or mēdyəs noun Etymology: from intermediate (II), after English immediate : immediacy : intermediateness …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ordered geometry — is a form of geometry featuring the concept of intermediacy (or betweenness ) but, like projective geometry, omitting the basic notion of measurement. Ordered geometry is a fundamental geometry forming a common framework for affine, Euclidean,… …   Wikipedia

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