Occurring between. [L. intermedius, lying between, fr. medius, middle]

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in·ter·me·di·ary .int-ər-'mēd-ēē n, pl -ar·ies
2) an intermediate form, product, or stage
intermediary adj

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in·ter·me·di·ary (in″tər-meґde-ar″e) [inter- + L. medius middle] 1. performed or occurring in a median stage; neither early nor late; intermediate. 2. an intermediate stage.

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