Definition of "intermediator" [in•ter•me•di•a•tor]
An intermediate agent; a mediator.(noun)
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Use "intermediator" in a sentence
"Holbrooke also ruled out any chances of the US playing the role of an 'intermediator' between India and Pakistan."
"Perhaps they speak English or perhaps there's some person who can act as an intermediator, intermediary and a translator for them to transmit to them what the FBI wants to say."
"There is an idea, in large parts of the Arab world, that perhaps his more global perspective will allow the United States to be a bit of a fairer moderator, a-- a fairer intermediator between these two -- two groups."