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intermediate-range nuclear forces
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abbreviation for
1. (Grammar) infinitive
2. (Grammar) informal
3. infra
[Latin: below; after; later]


abbreviation for
(Military) intermediate-range nuclear forces: land-based missiles and aircraft with a range between 500 and 5000 km
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1. inferior.
2. infield.
3. infielder.
4. infinitive.
5. infinity.
6. infirmary.
7. information.
8. below; after.
[< Latin infrā]
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