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mediate

US [ˈmidiˌeɪt]
UK [ˈmiːdieɪt]
  • v.调解;调停;斡旋;找到(解决分歧的)方法
  • adj.要靠媒介的;间接的;〈罕〉中间的
  • Web调和;中介;排解
Simple Present:mediates  Present Participle:mediating  Past Tense:mediated  
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v.
1.
[i][t]
调停;调解;斡旋to try to end a disagreement between two or more people or groups by talking to them and trying to find things that everyone can agree on
The Secretary-General was asked to mediate in the dispute.
秘书长被请来调解这次纷争。
An independent body was brought in to mediate between staff and management.
由一个独立机构介入,在劳资之间进行调解。
to mediate differences/disputes/problems
调解分歧╱争端╱问题
2.
[t]
~ sth
找到(解决分歧的)方法;促成…的解决to succeed in finding a solution to a disagreement between people or groups
They mediated a settlement.
他们找到了一个解决方案。
3.
[t][usupass]
~ sth
影响…的发生;使…可能发生to influence sth and/or make it possible for it to happen
Educational success is mediated by economic factors.
经济因素影响着教育的成功。

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