inter alia (IN-tuhr AY-lee-uh, AH-)

adverb: among other things

Etymology
From Latin inter (among) + alius (other). Earliest documented use: 1665

Usage (from Wordsmith)
“Gary Lineker is chatting to the second in line to the throne as his interviewee is, inter alia, president of the FA [The Football Association].”
Rachel Johnson; Now Try Calling Kate Your ‘Current Wife’, William…; Mail on Sunday (London, UK); May 31, 2015

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