Definition of go-between in English:

go-between

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noun

An intermediary or negotiator.
More example sentences
  • This branding of young minds has become its own industry, with companies like the Field Trip Factory operating as go-betweens to link local schools with corporate chains.
  • Those key players include representatives of peak industry and business groups, diplomats and influential negotiators and go-betweens on the trade talk circuit.
  • Mr Laird became the go-between in the negotiations that led to Ms deVere's redundancy package.
Synonyms
intermediary, middleman, agent, representative, broker, dealer, factor, liaison, liaison officer, link, linkman, linkwoman, linkperson, messenger, contact, contact man/woman/person, frontman; negotiator, honest broker, interceder, intercessor, mediator; medium

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