mediate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To resolve or settle (differences) by dealing with most of the conflicting events: mediate a labor-management dispute.
    • To bring about (a settlement, like) by working with all of the conflicting events.
    • To impact or convey as an intermediate representative or mechanism.
    • To effect by mediation or interposition; to effect a result of as a mediator, instrument, or suggests.
    • To divide into two equal parts.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To intervene between two or more disputants to bring about an understanding, funds, or a compromise.
    • to be in or reconcile distinctions.
    • To have a relation to two differing people or things.
    • To be in the middle, or between two; to intervene.
    • To interpose between functions, given that equal friend of every, esp. for the intended purpose of effecting a reconciliation or agreement.
  • adjective:
    • Acting through, concerning, or determined by an intervening company.
    • Being in a middle position.
    • acting through a mediating agency
    • intermediate between extremes
    • becoming involving the two extremes; middle; interposed; intervening; intermediate.
    • Acting by means, or by an intervening cause or tool; perhaps not direct or instant; acting or battling with an intervening agent or problem.
    • Gained or effected by a medium or condition.
    • acting through or dependent on an intervening company
    • being neither in the beginning nor at the conclusion in a string
  • verb:
    • to resolve variations, or to produce money, between conflicting parties
    • to intervene between conflicting functions being fix differences or result in a settlement
    • To divide into two equal components.
    • take an intermediate or middle place or develop a connecting link or phase between two other individuals
    • act between functions with a view to reconciling distinctions
  • others:
    • To entertain an intermediate destination or position; be interposed; possess position of a mean.
    • To have the function of a mean or means; result a link between other activities, or a transition in one to another.
    • To intervene for the purpose of reconciliation; work as an intermediary when it comes to settlement of a disagreement or discord; intercede.
    • To take an intermediate stand; work moderately; prevent extremes.
    • In spiritualism, specifically, to act as a medium.
    • Synonyms See interposition.
    • To effect by intervention, interposition, or any intermediary action.
    • To impact a relation between or a transition from, as between two things, or in one thing to a different; bring into relation by some intervening indicates or process.
    • To harmonize; reconcile; settle, as a dispute, by intervention.
    • to advance by interceding, or by acting as a mediator.
    • To divide into two equal or roughly equal components.
    • Situated between two extremes; lying-in the middle; intermediate; intervening.
    • Acting as a method or medium; not direct or immediate functioning; not last or ultimate.
    • Effected by or as a result of the intervention of a mean or medium; produced from or based mostly on some intervening thing or act; maybe not main, direct, or independent.

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