Definition of intermediately in English:

intermediately

adverb

See intermediate

  • ‘What made it relatively easy for Bronze Age rulers to cancel personal debts was the fact that most such debts were owed ultimately to the palace (and intermediately to the royal collectors).’
  • ‘Other physiological processes that depend on surface areas - gas exchange across a membrane, for instance - are intermediately affected by changes in body size.’
  • ‘Mike Martz scripted plays that would draw the linebackers and safeties to the middle of the field: running inside and throwing the ball intermediately to crossing receivers.’
  • ‘Many where scared, and intermediately, the preservation of the human race did not enter their minds after it.’
  • ‘Naomi had moved on some time ago, and I had been switching dance partners intermediately.’

Pronunciation

intermediately

/ˌɪntəˈmiːdɪətli/