inter in

inter someone in something

to bury someone in something or in some place. They chose to inter her in the family burial plot. She was interred in the vault with the rest of the family.
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adjudged to be Serie A's best youngster in last season's competition by his fellow professionals, eased his way back into the fray in the second half of Thursday's Coppa Italia quarter-final first-leg against Inter in Rome.
Mihajlovic's comments came after Mourinho remarked that the Serbian was allowed to become an assistant coach at Inter in 2006 despite spitting at opponents as a player.
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