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Sentence count:102+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-05Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: arbitrateintercedeintervenenegotiaterefereesettleumpireAntonym: immediateSimilar words: immediatemediamedianpremeditatedmediummedicalradiationmedicineMeaning: ['miːdɪeɪt]  v. 1. act between parties with a view to reconciling differences 2. occupy an intermediate or middle position or form a connecting link or stage between two others. adj. 1. acting through or dependent on an intervening agency 2. being neither at the beginning nor at the end in a series. 
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1. There were some mediate contacts between the two countries before their diplomatic relation was established.
2. Negotiators were called in to mediate between the two sides.
3. The Secretary-General was asked to mediate in the dispute.
4. The state must mediate the struggle for water resources.
5. Exercise may mediate the effects of a bad diet.
6. The government must mediate the struggle for water resources.
7. The former president has agreed to mediate the peace talks.
8. The court was set up to mediate in civil disputes.
9. An independent body was brought in to mediate between staff and management.
10. The lawyer has been appointed to mediate between the employers and the union leaders.
11. He used technology to mediate between conflicting political goals.
12. We mediate between man and nature.
13. These values will mediate the impact of mass culture.
14. They mediate between deeper-level considerations and concrete decisions.
15. Any financial system exists to mediate between those who wish to lend money and those who wish to borrow it.
16. The insulin like growth factors are thought to mediate some of the effects of growth hormone on tissues.
17. But secondary or learned similarities can mediate generalization between otherwise quite dissimilar stimuli.
18. For the purpose of all art is to mediate between the invisible spirit world and the visible body of nature.
19. Now words become means to mediate a visionary experience of love and enlarge understanding.
20. Do similar mechanisms operate to mediate communication between active neurons and neighbouring glial cells in the adult nervous system?
21. We won't mediate in disputes about who occupies the enormous after cabin.
22. Their frequency results from Shakespeare's imaginative involvement with the relationship that they mediate.
22. try its best to gather and build good sentences.
23. He immediately made a formal protest and Agent Monteith was summoned to mediate.
24. On June 10, 1996, I sought the service of a certified personal trainer[], Rocco Mediate.
25. If there is a problem the client or assistant can contact the manager who will mediate.
26. The task of the state apparatuses is therefore to mediate between the conflicting interests of classes.
27. Before that you choked and struggled into a sudden darkness of chloroform, then woke to pain that no ice-cream could mediate.
28. Her alienation was of particular significance because she was soon after enlisted to mediate between her husband and her brother.
29. It has wide-ranging powers to investigate financial services companies and will mediate in disputes.
30. At an individual or party level discourses not only mediate between material conditions and their interpretation but can organise experience itself.
More similar words: immediatemediamedianpremeditatedmediummedicalradiationmedicinemediocrerepudiationmedicationdeviatealleviateinitiatenegotiateemaciatedassociateinfuriatededicatedepreciateappreciateconciliateinebriatedassociatedpredicateappropriatedifferentiateindiamedalarmed
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