intermediate


intermediate
01. Your test results have placed you in an [intermediate] class.
02. The local university offers ESL classes for [intermediate] and advanced students.
03. These books are for students at an [intermediate] level of English.
04. Kory is an [intermediate] skier at best, so he shouldn't go on the advanced runs.
05. Most of the people on the squash ladder are [intermediate] players at best.
06. Mice act as an [intermediate] host for the parasite, which actually reproduces in the stomach of a cat.
07. The army is using a few [intermediate]-range missiles at this point in the campaign.
08. The blue grammar text is advanced, the black [intermediate], and the red basic.
09. This class is really for beginners who have had little or no experience playing tennis. You should sign up for our [intermediate] class.
10. Okay, let's have beginners here, [intermediates] over there, and advanced players can go to the other gym with Hazel.
11. Physicist Steven Hawking once remarked, "It often happens that I have an idea, but then I try to fill in the [intermediate] steps, and find they don't work, so I have to give it up."
12. Norman Brenner once suggested that the [intermediate] stage between socialism and capitalism is alcoholism.
13. The Korean shaman Mudang is an [intermediary] who can link the living with the spiritual world where the dead reside.
14. In geological terms, Mars represents an [intermediate] phase in planetary development which is transitional between a body like our moon and a planet like Earth.

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  • Intermediate — means quot;occurring between two extremes, or in the middle of a range quot; and may refer to:* Reactive intermediate, a short lived, unstable molecule in a chemical reaction * Intermediate goods, goods used to produce other goods * Middle school …   Wikipedia

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  • Intermediate — In ter*me di*ate, n. 1. A person who intermediates between others, especially in negotiations; an intermediary; a mediator. [PJC] 2. Something that is intermediate. [PJC] 3. Specifically: (Chem.) A compound which is produced in the course of a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • intermediate — [in΄tər mē′dē it; ] for v. [, in΄tər mē′dē āt΄] adj. [ML intermediatus < L intermedius < inter , between + medius, middle: see MID1] 1. being or happening between two things, places, stages, etc.; in the middle 2. designating or of an… …   English World dictionary

  • Intermediate 1 — (Scottish Gaelic: Meadhan Ìre 1) is an educational qualification in Scotland on the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) Scottish Qualifications Certificate (SQC) achievement ladder similar to General Level at Standard Grades; it is the next… …   Wikipedia

  • intermediate — ► ADJECTIVE 1) coming between two things in time, place, character, etc. 2) having more than basic knowledge or skills but not yet advanced. ► NOUN ▪ an intermediate person or thing. ► VERB ▪ mediate. DERIVATIVES intermediac …   English terms dictionary

  • Intermediate — In ter*me di*ate, v. i. To come between; to intervene; to interpose. Milton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English