Cominform

[kom-in-fawrm]
noun
  1. an organization (1947–56) established by the Communist parties of nine European countries for mutual advice and coordinated activity.

Origin of Cominform

Com(munist) Inform(ation Bureau)
Related formsCom·in·form·ist, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for cominform

Cominform

noun
  1. short for Communist Information Bureau : established 1947 to exchange information among nine European Communist parties and coordinate their activities; dissolved in 1956
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