Intermediate

  • 1Intermediate — (dt. Intermediat, von mlat. intermediātus „Zwischenprodukt“, „Zwischenglied“) steht für: Intermediate (Bereifung), ein Rennreifen Typ Intermediate Bulk Container, ein Transportcontainer für Flüssigkeiten Intermediate Care, eine Intensiv Abteilung …

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  • 2Intermediate — In ter*me di*ate, a. [Pref. inter + mediate: cf. F. interm[ e]diat.] 1. Lying or being in the middle place or degree, or between two extremes; coming or done between; intervening; interposed; interjacent; as, an intermediate space or time;… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3Intermediate — means quot;occurring between two extremes, or in the middle of a range quot; and may refer to:* Reactive intermediate, a short lived, unstable molecule in a chemical reaction * Intermediate goods, goods used to produce other goods * Middle school …

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  • 4intermediate — in·ter·me·di·ate /ˌin tər mē dē ət/ adj 1: being or occurring at the middle place, stage, or degree or between extremes an intermediate order 2: of, relating to, or being a level of judicial scrutiny to ensure equal protection of the laws that is …

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  • 5Intermediate — In ter*me di*ate, n. 1. A person who intermediates between others, especially in negotiations; an intermediary; a mediator. [PJC] 2. Something that is intermediate. [PJC] 3. Specifically: (Chem.) A compound which is produced in the course of a… …

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  • 6Intermediate 2 — (Scottish Gaelic: An Meadhan Ìre 2) is an educational qualification in Scotland on the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) Scottish Qualifications Certificate (SQC) achievement ladder similar to Credit Level at Standard Grades; it is the next …

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  • 7intermediate — UK US /ˌɪntəˈmiːdiət/ adjective ► intermediate activities or decisions happen during a process, rather than at the beginning or end of it: »The five month program has been broken down into a series of separate, intermediate goals. »Fed officials… …

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  • 8intermediate — [in΄tər mē′dē it; ] for v. [, in΄tər mē′dē āt΄] adj. [ML intermediatus < L intermedius < inter , between + medius, middle: see MID1] 1. being or happening between two things, places, stages, etc.; in the middle 2. designating or of an… …

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  • 9Intermediate 1 — (Scottish Gaelic: Meadhan Ìre 1) is an educational qualification in Scotland on the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) Scottish Qualifications Certificate (SQC) achievement ladder similar to General Level at Standard Grades; it is the next… …

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  • 10intermediate — ► 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 …

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  • 11Intermediate — In ter*me di*ate, v. i. To come between; to intervene; to interpose. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 12intermediate — [adj] middle, in between average, between, center, central, common, compromising, fair, halfway, indifferent, intermediary, interposed, intervening, mean, medial, median, mediocre, medium, mid, middling, midway, moderate, neutral, so so*,… …

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  • 13intermediate — 01. Your test results have placed you in an [intermediate] class. 02. The local university offers ESL classes for [intermediate] and advanced students. 03. These books are for students at an [intermediate] level of English. 04. Kory is an… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 14intermediate — in|ter|me|di|ate1 [ˌıntəˈmi:diət US tər ] adj [Date: 1400 1500; : Medieval Latin; Origin: intermediatus, from Latin intermedius, from medius middle ] 1.) a) an intermediate class, course etc is at a level of knowledge or skill that is between the …

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  • 15intermediate — [[t]ɪ̱ntə(r)mi͟ːdiət[/t]] intermediates 1) ADJ: usu ADJ n An intermediate stage, level, or position is one that occurs between two other stages, levels, or positions. You should consider breaking the journey with intermediate stopovers at airport …

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  • 16intermediate — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Medieval Latin intermediatus, from Latin intermedius, from inter + medius mid, middle more at mid Date: 15th century 1. being or occurring at the middle place, stage, or degree or between extremes 2.… …

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  • 17intermediate — I UK [ˌɪntə(r)ˈmiːdɪət] / US [ˌɪntərˈmɪdɪət] adjective ** 1) at an academic level below advanced You can take the exam at intermediate or advanced level. 2) in between two stages, places, levels, times etc The cells have a series of intermediate… …

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  • 18intermediate — I in•ter•me•di•ate [[t]ˌɪn tərˈmi di ɪt[/t]] adj. 1) being, situated, or acting between two points, stages, things, persons, etc.: the intermediate steps in a procedure[/ex] 2) edu of or pertaining to an intermediate school 3) aum (of an… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 19intermediate — I. /ɪntəˈmidiət / (say intuh meedeeuht), / dʒət/ (say juht) adjective 1. being, situated, or acting between two points, stages, things, persons, etc.: the intermediate links. 2. Australian History (of land) regarded as lying between firmly… …

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  • 20intermediate — intermediate1 intermediately, adv. intermediateness, n. /in teuhr mee dee it/, 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… …

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