English version

go-between

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo-betweenˈgo-between noun [countable]  MESSAGEsomeone who takes messages from one person or group to another because the two sides cannot meet or do not want to meet syn intermediaryact/serve as a go-between A UN representative will act as a go-between for leaders of the two countries.
Examples from the Corpus
go-betweenI do both psychoanalysis and family therapy and act as a go-between between the two camps.Simon was not a member of either group so he seemed a good candidate to act as a go-between.There has to be a go-between.Yet to be a go-between means being in the middle.Often he played the role of confidant and go-between.But in the city. as the go-between pointed out, things were changing.Barnes isn't involved in the deal - he's just the go-between.act/serve as a go-betweenHe recounted secret Privy Council discussions and acted as go-between in Anglican-dissenter negotiations.I do both psychoanalysis and family therapy and act as a go-between between the two camps.Everyone was delighted when Mr Jansons started acting as a go-between.
From Longman Business Dictionarygo-betweenˈgo-between noun [countable] a person or company that acts for another person or company as their representative or AGENTWe act as a go-between for supplier and buyers and help them develop trading links.
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