Meaning of intermediator in English:


Pronunciation /ˌɪntəˈmiːdɪeɪtə/


See intermediate

‘We can easily play the role of those intermediators, educating each other just by talking.’
  • ‘The reference librarian is and has always been an intermediator between the information and the patron.’
  • ‘Content providers are the source of the raw material that flows through the medium and upon which intermediators offer added value.’
  • ‘By intermediators one refers to any entity which mediates the on-line experience.’
  • ‘Rural poor have been the victims of different kinds of exploitative intermediators, brokers, landlords, moneylenders, commission agents, all exploit poor farmers in different forms and manners.’