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inti

(ˈɪntɪ)
n
(Currencies) a former monetary unit of Peru
[C20: from Quechua]

in•ti

(ˈɪn ti)
n.
a former monetary unit of Peru.
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Noun1.inti - the basic unit of money in Peru
Peruvian monetary unit - monetary unit in Peru
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The constable seemed to be on terms of scornful inti macy with Maltese, with Eurasians, with China men, with Klings, and with the sweepers attached to a temple, with whom he talked at the gate.
What Intis Telecom advises is using only one program to take care of everything from monitoring, analyzing and fulfilling SMS-email campaigns.
The multinational telecommunication company Intis Telecom said it has officially launched a new version of the SMS platform to provide the customers with the high-quality services.