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interverb [T]

us   /ɪnˈtɜr/ -rr- fml
to put a dead body in the earth; bury

inter-prefix

us   /ˌɪnt·ər/
between or among: intercollegiate sports
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inter-prefix

uk   /ɪntər-/ us  
used to form words meaning between or among groups of people, things, or places: international inter-staff communication
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Translations of “inter”
in Spanish enterrar…
in Vietnamese chôn cất…
in Malaysian mengebumikan…
in Thai ฝังศพ…
in French enterrer…
in German beerdigen…
in Turkish arasında, arası anlamında bir önek…
in Russian между-, среди-…
in Chinese (Simplified) 埋葬…
in Indonesian mengubur…
in Chinese (Traditional) 埋葬…
in Polish między-, inter-…
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