Definition of intel in English:

intel

Syllabification: in·tel
Pronunciation: /ˈinˌtel
 
/

noun

informal
  • Information of military or political value: prewar intel
    More example sentences
    • The United States has used diplomacy, police work, better intel and military presence to exert the pressure.
    • When preparing for an interview, do what is done preparing for other military operations; gather intel.
    • That's a significant piece of intel information from those captured.

Origin

1960s: shortening of intelligence.

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