The word intermediate comes from the Latin intermediatus, tracing back to intermedius, which combines inter-, meaning ìbetweenî and medius, meaning ìmiddleî. The adjective intermediate therefore describes a situation, something or someone in an in-between stage; when being between two things in time, place, character; when being in between two distinct phases; when occurring between two extremes or in a middle position.

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