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intermediate

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishintermediatein‧ter‧me‧di‧ate1 /ˌɪntəˈmiːdiət◂ $ -tər-/ ●●● AWL adjective 🔊 🔊 1 a) an intermediate class, course etc is at a level of knowledge or skill that is between the basic level and the advanced level 🔊 a book aimed at students at the intermediate level and above b) intermediate students, sports players etc have reached a level of knowledge or skill that is between the basic level and the advanced level 🔊 intermediate learners of English2 BETWEENan intermediate stage in a process of development is between two other stages 🔊 an intermediate stage during which the disease is dormant
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intermediateMy few days were intermediate - cloudy, rough, with the reef and turbid water yet to fully recover.But it does show that intermediate designs are capable of working.One intermediate estimate put the cost at $3,500.Does evolution sometimes have to pass through intermediate forms of low fitness?Thus the larger is n, the lower the effective price of intermediate inputs.an intermediate Japanese classFor these reasons also, it is hard to fit in any check points at intermediate levels in the hierarchy.Noncallable bonds, intermediate maturities and munis offering some extra yield were among the most popular, Mr Rowley said.This means that multiple encryption / decryption need not be done at every intermediate point.In the appendix to this chapter we show a Lancaster-type formulation of differentiated intermediate products, which leads to similar results.intermediate skiersan intermediate step in the problem-solving process
intermediateintermediate2 noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 a student, sports player etc who has reached a level of knowledge or skill that is between the basic level and the advanced level 🔊 a ski resort suited to beginners and intermediates
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