go between[ goh-bi-tween ]SEE DEFINITION OF go between
Synonyms for go between
- middle person
Antonyms for go between
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GO BETWEEN
Never transact business with the go between, if you can with the principal.
Two days were required to go between New York and Philadelphia.
Eileen cried out and tried to go between, but she was thrust aside.
We may have the luck to pass north of them, or to go between them.
Also, the stopper fitted to go between the powder and shell in a mortar.
A person to have it, all you have to do is not to go between him and the wind or fire or water.
That is about as far as we can go between four o'clock and ten.
"I tell you it's only words that go between us," he persisted, trying to take her again.
Where did he go between the morning of the eighth and the afternoon of the ninth?
I meant to go between the rows, but guess I stepped on a few beans.