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"intra-" in British English

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intra-prefix

uk   /ɪn.trə-/ us   /ɪn.trə-/
used to form adjectives meaning "within" (the stated place or group): intra-EU trade intra-family disputes
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(Definition of intra- from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"intra-" in Business English

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intra-prefix

uk   /ɪntrə-/ us  
used to form adjectives meaning inside or within a place or group: The regulations aim to counter the risks of harmful intra-European competition.
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(Definition of intra- from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “intra-”
in Chinese (Simplified) (构成形容词)在内,内部…
in Turkish içinde/iç kısmında anlamında önek…
in Russian внутри-…
in Chinese (Traditional) (構成形容詞)在內,內部…
in Polish wewnątrz-…
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