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Language: Old French
Origin: inter-, entre-, from Latin inter-, from inter 'among'

inter-

prefix
     
inter-
between or involving two or more different things, places, or people [↪ intra-, intro-]:
interdepartmental (=between or involving different departments in a company, government etc)
an interstate (=a road that goes between states)

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