English translation of 'intermediário'
intermediáriointermediária [ı̃termeˈdʒjarju, a]
masculine noun, feminine noun
1. (business) middleman
2. (mediador) intermediary, mediator
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'intermediário' in Other Languages
British English: intermediate /ˌɪntəˈmiːdɪɪt/ ADJECTIVE
An intermediate stage or level is one that occurs between two other stages or levels.
Do you make any intermediate stops between your home and work?
- American English: intermediate
- Arabic: مُتَوَسِّطٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: intermediário
- Chinese: 中间的
- Croatian: srednji
- Czech: prostřední
- Danish: mellemliggende
- Dutch: tussenliggend
- European Spanish: intermedio
- Finnish: keskitason
- French: intermédiaire
- German: dazwischenliegend
- Greek: ενδιάμεσος
- Italian: intermedio
- Japanese: 中間の
- Korean: 중간의
- Norwegian: mellomliggende
- Polish: pośredni
- European Portuguese: intermediário
- Romanian: intermediar
- Russian: промежуточный
- Spanish: intermedio
- Swedish: mellanliggande
- Thai: ระหว่างกลาง
- Turkish: orta
- Ukrainian: проміжний
- Vietnamese: trung gian
British English: go-between NOUN
A go-between is a person who takes messages between people who are unable or unwilling to meet each other.
He will act as a go-between to try and work out an agenda.
British English: intermediary NOUN
An intermediary is a person who passes messages or proposals between two people or groups.
She wanted him to act as an intermediary in the dispute with her neighbours.
British English: middleman NOUN
A middleman is a person or company which buys things from the people who produce them and sells them to the people who want to buy them.
Why don't they cut out the middleman and let us do it ourselves?
Translation of intermediário from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary