- intelligence agent
nouna person secretly employed in espionage for a government• Hypernyms: ↑agent• Hyponyms:↑agent-in-place, ↑agent provocateur, ↑provocateur, ↑bridge agent, ↑case officer, ↑codetalker, ↑windtalker, ↑foot, ↑NOC, ↑spy, ↑undercover agent, ↑walk-in
* * *intelligence agent,a spy; undercover agent.
Useful english dictionary. 2012.
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