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in·ter a·li·a

 (ĭn′tər ā′lē-ə, ä′lē-ə)
adv.
Among other things.

[Latin : inter, among + alia, neuter accusative pl. of alius, other.]

inter alia

(ˈɪntər ˈeɪlɪə)
adv
among other things

in•ter a•li•a

(ˈɪn tɛr ˈɑ lɪˌɑ; Eng. ˈɪn tər ˈeɪ li ə, ˈɑ li ə)

adv. Latin.
among other things.

inter alia

A Latin phrase meaning among other things.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.inter alia - among other things; "the committee recommended, inter alia, that he be promoted"
Translations
unter anderem
muun muassa
blant annet

inter alia

[ˌɪntərˈælɪə] ADVentre otros

inter alia

References in classic literature ?
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The Council approved, on 18 February, conclusions on the European Neighbourhood Policy, emphasising, inter alia, that deepening of economic integration, through signing "deep and comprehensive" free trade agreements (DFTAs), "must remain an essential building block of our relations with our neighbours".
Bayer informed the SEC it "has been named, among others, as a defendant in multiple putative class action lawsuits which have been consolidated in federal district court in Kansas, involving allegations of price fixing of, inter alia (among other things), polyether polyols and certain other precursors for urethane end-use products.
Thus, Canadian legal tradition is based on the classical view that a civil law is valid only if, inter alia, it is compatible with the natural moral law and does not "exceed the proper authority of the body that enacts it.
His writings are notoriously prolix and opaque, so he has been claimed, inter alia, as materialist, functionalist, idealist, stylistic eclectic, Marxist revolutionary, petit bourgeois, proto-modernist, and upholder of historicism.
CASE FACTS: Ayritha Sample brought suit for medical malpractice, alleging, inter alia, that her daughter was born with severe birth defects and disabilities as a result of the defendants' failure to diagnose and treat her own preexisting medical conditions.
We learn all this from an "inherently deceptive" source, a unique codex in Florence's Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale containing, inter alia, the Eptathicum.
i) Inadvertently late or misleading reports, inter alia -- $2200.