See also: médiator and Mediator

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Borrowing from Latin mediātor ‎(one who mediates), from mediātum, supine of mediō ‎(be in the middle), from medius ‎(middle).

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mediator ‎(plural mediators)

  1. One who negotiates between parties seeking mutual agreement.
  2. A chemical substance transmitting information to a targeted cell.

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From mediātum, supine of mediō ‎(be in the middle), from medius ‎(middle).

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mediātor m ‎(genitive mediātōris); third declension

  1. mediator, intermediary, go-between

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Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative mediātor mediātōrēs
genitive mediātōris mediātōrum
dative mediātōrī mediātōribus
accusative mediātōrem mediātōrēs
ablative mediātōre mediātōribus
vocative mediātor mediātōrēs

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Latin mediātor.

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mediator m ‎(plural mediatori, feminine equivalent mediatoare)

  1. mediator, intermediary

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