comint

[ kom-int ]
/ ˈkɒmˌɪnt /

noun

the gathering of political or military intelligence by interception of wire or radio communications.

Nearby words

  1. coming or going, not know if one is,
  2. coming out of one's ears,
  3. coming-out,
  4. comingle,
  5. comings and goings,
  6. comintern,
  7. comitative,
  8. comitatus,
  9. comites,
  10. comitia

Compare elint, humint, sigint.

Origin of comint

1965–70; com(munications) int(elligence)

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