a prefix signifying inside, within, interior, during
Origin: From intra
a prefix signifying in, within, interior; as, intraocular, within the eyeball; intramarginal
Origin: [L. intra, prep., within, on the inside; akin to inter. See Inter-.]
The numerical value of intra- in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of intra- in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Oil is a pretty big intra-day driver for stock prices because the energy sector is a big chunk of earnings.
It has been complacency more than anything else, markets have been in a narrow trading range for quite a while. I don't see a lot of intra day volatility and there is no direction that's really coming from anywhere.
I have good reasons to believe that they are actually considering this very seriously, and therefore to be in a position on, probably, Sunday, to actually start the discussion with them, in order to be able to proceed with the intra-Syrian talks.
If the country is not under occupation, the problem of the Afghans can be resolved through intra-Afghan understanding. Any foreign pressure under the pretext of resolving the Afghan problem is not going to resolve the problem but will rather create other problems.
Southeast Asia has a lot of overlap with China in terms of consumer habits, intra-regional trade and tastes, rocket in this case has managed to create a successful, multi-market player in a region which needs scale and breadth to be viable. This has obvious appeal to Alibaba.
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