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inter-

pref.
1. Between; among: international.
2. In the midst of; within: intertropical.
3. Mutual; mutually: interrelate.
4. Reciprocal; reciprocally: intermingle.

[Middle English entre-, inter-, from Old French entre-, from Latin inter-, from inter; see en in Indo-European roots.]

inter-

prefix
1. between or among: international.
2. together, mutually, or reciprocally: interdependent; interchange.
[from Latin]

in•ter

(ɪnˈtɜr)

v.t. -terred, -ter•ring.
to place (a dead body) in a grave or tomb; bury.
[1275–1325; Middle English enteren < Middle French enterrer, probably < Vulgar Latin *interrāre, derivative of terra earth; see in-2]

inter-

a prefix meaning “between, among,” “mutually, reciprocally”: intercity; interdepartmental; intermarry; interweave.
[Middle English < Latin prefixal use of inter (preposition and adv.); compare interior]

inter-

A prefix meaning "between" or "among," as in interplanetary, located between planets.
Translations

inter-

prefzwischen-, Zwischen-; (esp with foreign words) → inter-, Inter-; interpersonalzwischenmenschlich; interdisciplinaryinterdisziplinär
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Only the fact that a hummock of heathery sand inter- cepted the lower part of the Heat-Ray saved them.
He was so little inter- ested -- just as when people speak of the weather -- that he did not notice whether I made him any answer or not.
Every government in the region recognizes that the political culture of this hemisphere is based on democratic values and practices, and that governments devoid of democratic values and practices governments like the Castro government are an affront to the entire Inter- American Community as well as its own people.

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