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American English: /ˈmɪdlˌmæn/
British English: /ˈmɪd(ə)lman/

Translation of middleman in Spanish:

noun plural -men Pronunciation: / -men /

  • to cut out the middleman
    eliminar al intermediario
    Example sentences
    • That leaves the retailers, the two middlemen and the producer.
    • Furthermore, because of the cost savings derived from cutting out the middleman, Dell believes it can sell computers at lower prices than its competitors, and thus steal market share.
    • The two big banks have their own retail branch outlets and are perceived as not needing to pay middlemen to sell their products.

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