Definitions for interɪnˈtɜr
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bury, entomb, inhume, inter, lay to rest(verb)
place in a grave or tomb
"Stalin was buried behind the Kremlin wall on Red Square"; "The pharaohs were entombed in the pyramids"; "My grandfather was laid to rest last Sunday"
To bury in a grave.
Origin: From enterrer, from Vulgar Latin "in + terrare". Cognates include Spanish/Portuguese/Galician/Catalan enterrar (to inter), (to bury), Italian interrare (to plant), (to dig in).
to deposit and cover in the earth; to bury; to inhume; as, to inter a dead body
Origin: [OE. enteren, OF. enterer, enterrer, LL. interrare; L. pref. in- in + terra the earth. See Terrace.]
Inter is the most watched television channel in Ukraine. It covers 99.7 percent of Ukraine's territory. Inter is among the top-rated networks in Ukraine, competing with such as 1+1 and Pershyi Natsionalnyi channels. Inter features a general programming mix appealing to both young and old, including movies, music, drama, documentaries, news, kid's programs and much more.
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They need organizational, structural, command and inter-operational help. France is offering to do that.
They need organisational, structural, command and inter-operational help. France is offering to do that.
In peace, children inter their parents war violates the order of nature and causes parents to inter their children.
In peace, children inter their parents; war violates the order of nature and causes parents to inter their children.
Some difficulties are likely to come in inter-Korean exchanges, including flows to and from the Kaesong Industrial Complex.
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