Part of speech: adjective

Being in a middle place or degree; lying between.

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Usage examples "intermediate":

  1. Other eggs taken later by Miss Cockburn at Kotagherry on the 21st January are just intermediate between the two types above described. - "The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1", Allan O. Hume.
  2. The speech significance is now hidden in a current of a frequency intermediate between radio and audio. - "Letters of a Radio-Engineer to His Son", John Mills.
  3. Finally, if the whole as has been assigned in specific shares to some of the heirs, the one or more who have no specific shares take half of the inheritance, while the other half is divided among the rest according to the shares assigned to them; and it is immaterial whether the heir who has no specified share come first or last in the institution, or occupies some intermediate place; for such share is presumed to be given to him as is not in some other way disposed of. - "The Institutes of Justinian", Caesar Flavius Justinian.