inter se

[in-ter see; Latin in-ter se]
noun
  1. (italics) Latin. among or between themselves.
  2. Animal Husbandry. the mating of closely related animals to each other.

Origin of inter se

First recorded in 1885–90, inter se is from the Latin word inter sē
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British Dictionary definitions for inter se

inter se

adverb
  1. among or between themselves
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