Translation of intermediate in Spanish:

intermediate

Pronunciation: /ˌɪntərˈmiːdiət; ˌɪntəˈmiːdiət/

adj

  • [point/stage/step] intermedio; [size/weight/level] medio, intermedio; [halt/stopover] intermedio; [course] de nivel medio or intermedio intermediate-range weapon arma (feminine (with masculine article in the singular)) de alcance intermedio intermediate technology tecnología (feminine) media intermediate host [Zoology/Zoología] huésped (masculine) intermediario
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    • Therefore, the BMV presents characteristics that are intermediate between proteins and colloids.
    • Lung burdens of asbestos in these cases are intermediate between asbestosis and pleural plaques.
    • Its glass composition is somewhat intermediate between the other two glass chemistry groups, so this group could alternatively be a hybrid.
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    • The slopes are mostly short but steep and are suitable for beginners, intermediate and advance skiers.
    • These are the fundamental plans that introduce beginners to the basic lifts and raise the intensity and volume for intermediate and advanced trainers.
    • In all, there are 19 runs with most geared towards the intermediate or advanced skier.

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