Meaning of INTERMEDIATE in English

INTERMEDIATE

adjective

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a beginners’/elementary/intermediate/advanced class (= teaching different levels of a subject )

An advanced class might be available.

an elementary/intermediate/advanced course

an advanced course in art and design

an intermediate learner

These exercises are designed for intermediate learners.

intermediate school

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

class

They support the views of Goldthorpe and Lockwood that clerical workers are in an intermediate class between the working and service classes.

Some one who was neither service class nor intermediate class would, by elimination, be working class.

The sub-arterial road was to be an intermediate class of road designed to link up the main arterials to the local roads.

Path b 2 represents the effect of being in the intermediate class on the chances of attending a selective secondary school.

form

Does evolution sometimes have to pass through intermediate forms of low fitness?

Paleontologists have found many transitional fossils representing intermediate forms in the evolution of one major form of life into another.

Small lakes contain but one kind of fish, of intermediate form .

However, this intermediate form could be interpreted directly by a computer with a stack or last-in-first-out store.

We therefore introduce a intermediate form to act as a conceptual and technical bridge.

The intermediate form introduces a totally new concept, the named subcontractor.

They looked for intermediate forms to bridge the gaps that Cuvier insisted lay between the known classes and types.

level

Streetwise keeps students' motivation strong ... Teenage students at intermediate level can easily become bored and frustrated.

On nationalisation, the divisions had acquired around 300 power stations, initially grouping them for management at an intermediate level .

For these reasons also, it is hard to fit in any check points at intermediate levels in the hierarchy.

Takes beginners up to intermediate level by showing trainees working on specific jobs.

The most intensely radioactive is high-level waste - typically a thousand times more potent than the intermediate level .

Usually, however, we have to recognise one or more intermediate levels .

The intermediate level of reconstruction, option two, reduced speeds and gave very promising results in accident reduction.

position

Those who gave smoking up in later life occupy an intermediate position .

The generic team occupied an intermediate position .

There was no basis upon which any intermediate position could be chosen.

I support an intermediate position , in which one performs appropriate investigations in the right order for a few patients.

product

I also showed how to arrive at a successful transfer price where there was no market for the intermediate product .

In the appendix to this chapter we show a Lancaster-type formulation of differentiated intermediate products , which leads to similar results.

If there is a market for the intermediate product , then transferring at the market price is usually sound.

range

The 1987 intermediate nuclear forces treaty eliminated all United States and Soviet ground-based intermediate range nuclear missiles.

school

About one-eighth of secondary pupils in Northern Ireland attend grammar secondary schools , the remainder attending secondary intermediate schools.

stage

Let us look in more detail at the intermediate stages of the sequence.

There are of course intermediate stages and degrees.

Consider, however, what happens during the intermediate stages of fracture.

His scripts represent an intermediate stage in the process.

The fact that these understandings are incomplete or ineffectively explained arises because of our intermediate stage of knowledge.

In the second month of the class she began to prod the class toward the intermediate stage .

The interview schedule, then, is essentially an intermediate stage in research, and it fulfils a variety of functions.

The arch will stand once the last stone is in place, but the intermediate stages are unstable.

value

The intermediate values between 25 and 90 would be interpolated on to the 0-255 range of the display device.

Usually, they are intermediate values to allow for later additions.

The average relative abundances for these species ranges from 28.9 to 45.3, with intermediate values for the species of eagle owl.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

intermediate skiers

an intermediate Japanese class

an intermediate step in the problem-solving process

One intermediate estimate put the cost at $3,500.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

But it does show that intermediate designs are capable of working.

Does evolution sometimes have to pass through intermediate forms of low fitness?

For these reasons also, it is hard to fit in any check points at intermediate levels in the hierarchy.

In the appendix to this chapter we show a Lancaster-type formulation of differentiated intermediate products, which leads to similar results.

My few days were intermediate - cloudy, rough, with the reef and turbid water yet to fully recover.

Noncallable bonds, intermediate maturities and munis offering some extra yield were among the most popular, Mr Rowley said.

This means that multiple encryption / decryption need not be done at every intermediate point.

Thus the larger is n, the lower the effective price of intermediate inputs.

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