intransitive verb-·mit′ted, -·mit′ting
Origin of intermitClassical Latin intermittere from inter- + mittere: see inter- and mission
verbin·ter·mit·ted, in·ter·mit·ting, in·ter·mits
Origin of intermitLatin intermittere inter- inter- mittere to let go
(third-person singular simple present intermits, present participle intermitting, simple past and past participle intermitted)
From Latin intermittere, from inter- + mittere.