mediation definition

  • noun:
    • The work of mediating; intervention.
    • their state to be mediated.
    • Law An attempt to effect a result of a peaceful settlement or compromise between disputants through the unbiased input of a neutral party.
    • settlement to eliminate distinctions performed by some impartial celebration.
    • the work of intervening for the true purpose of bringing about a settlement.
    • The work of mediating; activity or relation of something interposed; action as an essential condition, indicates, or tool; interposition; input.
    • thus, specifically, company between events at variance, with a view to reconcile them; entreaty for the next; intercession.
    • The work of mediating; input; interposition.
    • department between events with a view to get together again them or even effect some arrangement between them; entreaty for the next; intercession.
    • their state of being mediate, or of offering as a medium or implies; advanced connection; a coming between.
    • ways; help; help.
    • In music: In Gregorian music, that part of a melody which lies between the intonation and the ending—that is, the main part of the melody.
    • the work of intervening for the true purpose of causing money
    • a negotiation to eliminate differences that's conducted by some impartial party

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