Definitions of "intermediate"
  1. A term referring to something that is positioned, occurring, or pertaining to the middle stage, place, or degree between two extremes
  2. In the legal context, it relates to a level of careful examination by a court in an equal protection case. This level of scrutiny is more intensive than the rational basis test, but less severe than strict scrutiny
How to use "intermediate" in a sentence
  1. The negotiations are at an intermediate stage, and it would be premature to comment on them.
  2. The law was subject to intermediate scrutiny by the court before its implementation.
  3. In the course, they also studied the process of intermediate scrutiny in law.

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