intel

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noun in·tel \ˈin-ˌtel\

Definition of intel

  1. :  useful information concerning a subject of interest (such as an enemy) :  intelligence Fresh and accurate intel would result in successful operations. — Darryl Young The airlines crave intel on your food allergies, your tolerance for G-forces and your propensity for air rage. — McKenzie Funk —often used before another noun intel data an intel briefing

1961

First Known Use of intel

1961

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