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INT may refer to:
- abbreviation for interjection
- Telecom & Management SudParis, formerly Institut National des Télécommunications (INT), a French higher education institute
- Telecom SudParis, formerly Telecom INT, a French grande ecole, graduate school for engineers
- Telecom Business School, formerly INT Management, a French Grande Ecole, graduate business school
- Smith Reynolds Airport, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
- The Israel National Trail, a hiking trail that crosses Israel
- an interception in American football statistics
- The Interstate Railroad, A former US railroad.
- Int Base, the headquarters of the Church of Scientology
Mathematics and science
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- int(S) means the interior of set S
\int, the LaTeX command that produces integral symbols
- INT (chemical), a chemical dye
- Isaac Newton Telescope, an optical telescope in the Canary Islands
int, short for integer in many programming languages
- shorthand for interrupt
- abbreviation for internationalization
- INT (x86 instruction), an assembly language instruction for the x86 architecture for generating a software interrupt
- .int, a generic top-level domain (gTLD)
- INT - Interactive software development environment. Often a segregated computer network used for testing current and future software releases.
- The Intelligence statistic in Dungeons & Dragons and similar games
- The /int/ international board on 4chan.
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