verb (used with object), me·di·at·ed, me·di·at·ing.
verb (used without object), me·di·at·ed, me·di·at·ing.
Origin of mediate
Examples from the Web for mediated
Even among those who support safety net programs, the level and degree of support is mediated by racial perceptions.Obama Confronts Liberals' Biggest Skeptics: White People|Jamelle Bouie|December 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
El Zomor said the Islamists had become more flexible on key issues and that mediated communication with the army is ongoing.Egypt's Army and Muslim Brotherhood Are Negotiating, Says Islamist Leader|Jesse Rosenfeld|October 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Think of the deep, human connections forged, mediated by first and last names!
For more than a century, journalists have mediated between knowledge-holders and information consumers.
The Swiss government has mediated talks between Georgia and Russia over the dispute.
The one important action of his reign was that of a peacemaker, when he mediated between Venice and the King of Anjou.
We must then have recourse to a mediated perception, and supply the lack of actual seeing by representations.Pedagogics as a System|Karl Rosenkranz
With the erudite Chapelain he mediated between the scholarship and the polite society of the time.A History of French Literature|Edward Dowden
The alphabetic writing may have descended from Crete to the Phnicians, who, in turn, mediated it to all the after ages.The Reign of the Manuscript|Perry Wayland Sinks
It can be "mediated" by the faith of every disciple of the immortal Izaak.Days in the Open|Lathan A. Crandall