MI6


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MI6

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Military Intelligence, section six; a former official and present-day popular name for the intelligence and espionage agency of the British Government
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MI6

[ˌɛmaɪˈsɪks] n abbr (British) (=Military Intelligence 6) → DGSE f

MI6

(Brit) abbr of Military Intelligence, section 6 → MI6 m, britischer Auslandsgeheimdienst
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