of or relating to some or all of the countries of North, Central, and South America.
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How to use inter-American in a sentence
"I think that's been his formula," said Michael Shifter, president of the inter-American Dialogue, a Washington think tank.
She currently serves as regional vice president of the Free Press Commission under the inter-American Press Society.
The inter-American Development Bank is also providing about $100 million for buildings and roads.
The war has brought into view another practical reason for a closer inter-American understanding.South America and the War | F. A. Kirkpatrick
Educational institutions devoted a constantly growing attention to inter-American affairs.The Hispanic Nations of the New World | William R. Shepherd