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 intermediacy noun intermediation noun.
ORIGIN from Latin inter- 'between' + medius 'middle' .

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