Words That Start With Inter: Expand Your Vocabulary Easily

Discover an extensive list of words starting with “inter” and learn their meanings and usage in everyday language.

  1. Interact- To act upon one another.
  2. Intercept- To stop or seize something while it is on its way somewhere.
  3. Interchange- To swap, exchange, or substitute.
  4. Interconnect- To connect with each other.
  5. Interdependence- Mutual dependency between things.
  6. Interdisciplinary- Involving two or more academic disciplines.
  7. Interest- The feeling of wanting to know or learn about something.
  8. Interface- A point where two systems, subjects, organizations meet and interact.
  9. Interfere- To come into opposition, as one thing with another, especially with the effect of hampering action or procedure.
  10. Interim- The intervening time.
  11. Interior- Inside or inner part.
  12. Intermediate- Coming between two stages, levels, or points.
  13. Intermission- A break between parts of a performance or event.
  14. Internal- Located on the inside; inner.
  15. International- Involving more than one country.
  16. Internet- A global computer network providing a variety of information and communication facilities.
  17. Interpersonal- Relating to relationships or communication between people.
  18. Interplanetary- Between planets.
  19. Interpret- Explain the meaning of (information, words, or actions).
  20. Interrogate- To ask questions closely, aggressively, or formally.
  21. Interrupt- To stop the continuous progress of (an activity or process).
  22. Intersection- A point or line common to lines or surfaces that intersect.
  23. Interstellar- Occurring or situated between stars.
  24. Intertwine- Twist or twine together.
  25. Interval- A gap or break in time or space.
  26. Intervene- Come between so as to prevent or alter a result or course of events.
  27. Interview- A meeting of people face to face, especially for consultation.
  28. Intertextuality- The relationship between texts, especially literary ones.
  29. Interurban- Relating to or connecting different cities or towns.
  30. Intervascular- Located between vessels, especially blood vessels.
  31. Interweave- Weave or become woven together.
  32. Interdict- Prohibit or forbid something.
  33. Interlinear- Inserted between lines already printed or written.
  34. Interloper- A person who becomes involved in a place or situation where they are not wanted or are considered not to belong.
  35. Interlude- A period of time between events.
  36. Intermix- Mix together.
  37. Intern- A student or trainee who works in an organization, sometimes without pay, to gain work experience.
  38. Internecine- Destructive to both sides in a conflict.
  39. Internetting- The action of connecting or cooperating through the internet.
  40. Interpellate- To question (a government minister) formally in a legislature.
  41. Interphase- The resting phase between successive mitotic divisions of a cell, or between the first and second divisions of meiosis.
  42. Interplay- The way in which two or more things have an effect on each other.
  43. Interpose- Place or insert between one thing and another.
  44. Interpretive- Relating to or providing an interpretation.
  45. Interracial- Existing between or involving different races.
  46. Interregnum- A period when normal government is suspended.
  47. Interrelated- Connect or relate to one another.
  48. Interrogate- Ask questions of (someone, especially a suspect or a prisoner) closely, aggressively, or formally.
  49. Interrogatorial- Pertaining to questioning or interrogation.
  50. Interruptible- Capable of being interrupted.
  51. Intersectional- Pertaining to overlapping or intersecting social identities and related systems of oppression, domination, or discrimination.
  52. Interstitial- Pertaining to small or narrow spaces or intervals between things or parts.
  53. Intersubjective- Shared by more than one conscious mind.
  54. Intertidal- Pertaining to the area that is above water at low tide and under water at high tide.
  55. Intertribal- Between or among tribes.
  56. Intertropical- Situated in or inhabiting the tropics.
  57. Intervene- Come between so as to prevent or alter a result or course of events.
  58. Interviewee- A person who is interviewed.
  59. Interviewer- A person who conducts interviews.
  60. Interwar- Occurring between wars, especially between World War I and World War II.
  61. Interweave- To weave together, intertwine.
  62. Interwork- Work with others.
  63. Interwoven- Blended or laced together.
  64. Interzone- A zone between other zones.
  65. Intercalary- Inserted in the calendar to correct errors.
  66. Intercostal- Situated between ribs.
  67. Intercounty- Between counties.
  68. Interdepartmental- Between departments of an organization.
  69. Interdigitate- To interlock like the fingers of two hands.
  70. Interdisciplinary- Involving or combining two or more academic disciplines.
  71. Interested- Having an interest in something; concerned.
  72. Interfaith- Involving people of different religions.
  73. Interfluve- A region between two rivers.
  74. Interfuse- Mix together; blend.
  75. Interglacial- Occurring during a period of warmer climate between glacial periods.
  76. Intergovernmental- Relating to or conducted between two or more governments.
  77. Intergroup- Between different groups.
  78. Interim- Temporary; in the meantime.
  79. Interiorize- Incorporate internal characteristics.
  80. Interject- Say something abruptly, especially as an aside or interruption.
  81. Interlace- Cross or be crossed intricately together; interweave.
  82. Interlard- To intersperse; diversify with something different or foreign.
  83. Interleave- Insert leaves between (the pages of a book) or other material.
  84. Interline- To write or insert between lines already written or printed.
  85. Interlock- Link or entangle together.
  86. Interlope- To intrude into some region or field of trade without proper license.
  87. Intermingle- Mix or mingle together.
  88. Interminable- Endless or apparently endless.
  89. Intermodal- Involving two or more different modes of transport in conveying goods.
  90. Intermolecular- Between molecules.
  91. Intermontane- Situated between mountains.
  92. Intermural- Between walls, or universities, especially as refers to sports.
  93. Internode- A segment of a plant stem between the points where leaves are attached.
  94. Interorbital- Between the orbits of the eyes.
  95. Interpersonal- Pertaining to relationships or communication between people.
  96. Interplanetary- Between planets.
  97. Interplay- Interaction, reciprocal action and effect.
  98. Interpolate- Insert (something additional or extraneous) into text or data.
  99. Interpose- Place or insert between one thing and another.
  100. Interpretative- Relational to the act of explaining or interpreting something.

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