intermediate


intermediate
in·ter·me·di·ate /ˌin-tər-'mē-dē-ət/ adj
1: being or occurring at the middle place, stage, or degree or between extremes
an intermediate order
2: of, relating to, or being a level of judicial scrutiny to ensure equal protection of the laws that is applied to a statute involving classification of persons and that is more intensive than the rational basis test and not as severe as strict scrutiny
intermediate review
in·ter·me·di·ate·ly adv

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

intermediate
I adjective average, between, central, compromising, equidistant, halfway, inserted, instrumental, intercurrent, interjacent, intermediary, interposed, intervenient, intervening, mean, medial, median, mediatorial, mediatory, medium, medius, mesial, mesne, mid, middle, midmost, moderate, neutral, transitional associated concepts: interlocutory order, intermediate appellate court, intermediate order foreign phrases:
- Extremis probatis, praesumuntur media. — When the extremes have been proved, those things which are between them are presumed
II index adjuster, advocate (counselor), agent, arbiter, arbitrator, average (midmost), go-between, instrumentality, interagent, intercede, interim, interpose, medium, mesne, ministerial, negotiate, procurator, referee

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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