mediator

[ mee-dee-ey-ter ]
/ ˈmi diˌeɪ tər /

noun

a person who mediates, especially between parties at variance.

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Origin of mediator

1250–1300; < Late Latin (see mediate, -tor); replacing Middle English mediatour < Anglo-French < Late Latin, as above

OTHER WORDS FROM mediator

me·di·a·tor·ship, nounun·der·me·di·a·tor, noun
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