inter-

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From Latin inter- (between), changed to intel- before l as in intellegere; see also inter (between).

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inter-

  1. among, between, amid, during, within, mutual, reciprocal

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French[edit]

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Borrowing from Latin inter. Cognate with the non-borrowed form entre-.

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inter-

  1. inter-

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Hungarian[edit]

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inter-

  1. inter-

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Italian[edit]

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inter-

  1. inter-

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inter-

  1. inter-

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