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LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From inter (between) followed by the accusative (each other).

PronunciationEdit

Prepositional phraseEdit

inter

  1. to each other, mutually, together
    Inter se consentire.
    To agree together.
    Quae inter se dissident.
    Things which have an antipathy to each other.
    Res inter se.
    To join/to unite.
    Inter se collidi.
    To clash.
    Clam inter se convenire.
    To congregate together secretly.
    Vitium et virtus inter se pugnant.
    Vice and virtue fight each other.
    Pugnantes inter se colores.
    Contrast of colours. (literally: the colours fight each other)

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