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interbranch combined form of branch.
interbreed to cause to breed with an individual of a different kind or species; crossbreed. [4 definitions]
intercalary of a day or month, inserted into the calendar to bring the calendar year into correspondence with the solar year. [2 definitions]
intercalate to insert (an extra day or month) in the calendar. [2 definitions]
intercalibration combined form of calibration.
intercampus combined form of campus.
intercaste combined form of caste.
intercede to act as a mediator in a dispute or disagreement. [2 definitions]
intercell combined form of cell.
intercellular between or among cells.
intercept to stop or seize, thereby interrupting the movement or progress of. [5 definitions]
interception the act of intercepting or the condition of being intercepted. [2 definitions]
interceptor any person or thing that interrupts the movement or progress of something; anyone or anything that intercepts. [2 definitions]
intercession an act or instance of mediating or intervening in a dispute. [2 definitions]
intercessor one who intercedes.
interchange to exchange the positions of (two things). [5 definitions]
interchangeable of two things, able to be put or used in place of each other. [2 definitions]
interchannel combined form of channel.
interchromosomal combined form of chromosomal.
interchurch combined form of church.
intercity combined form of city.