mediate

[ verb mee-dee-eyt; adjective mee-dee-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF mediate

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At the same time, offer to mediate between Germany and Japan.

Shall I try to mediate—as a neutral, as a benevolent neutral?

However, startled as she was, Clare came out of her corner to mediate.

A conference was, therefore, agreed upon, in which England was to mediate.

To this the Ash'arans reply that orders are of two kinds, immediate and mediate.

It was part of his duty to mediate between the contending parties.

The answer is, the action of the will is mediate, not direct.

Thus she seeks to mediate him with her country and her hearth.

To nature pleasure is a mediate object, to art its main object.

He considered it his special mission in the world to mediate.

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