Intramural meaning

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The definition of intramural is something within the limits or boundaries of a college or city.

An example of intramural is the sports program of a college where teams from the same college compete for a college-wide title; intramural sports.

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Existing or carried on within the bounds of an institution, especially a school.

Intramural athletics.

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Occurring or situated within the wall of a cavity or organ.
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Within the walls or limits of a city, college, etc.
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Between or among members of the same school, college, etc.

Intramural athletics.

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Within the substance of the walls of an organ.
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Existing or carried on within the bounds of an institution, especially a school.

Intramural athletics.

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Occurring or situated within the wall of a cavity or organ.
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Within the walls; within one institution, particularly a school.

Intramural sports involve teams that are all within the same school.

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Within the substance of the walls of an organ.

Intramural pregnancy.

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A (usually sports) competition between teams belonging to the same school.
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Origin of intramural

  • From Latin intramuralis, from intra (“within”) + muralis (“of a wall”)
    From Wiktionary