Definition of Profintern in English:

Profintern

noun

historical
  • An international organization of left-wing trade unions, founded in Moscow in 1921 and dissolved in 1937.

Origin

1920s; earliest use found in Workers' Weekly. From Russian Profintern from prof- (in profsojuznyj (adjective) trade-union) + intern- (in internacional (noun) international), after Komintern Comintern.

Pronunciation

Profintern

/ˈprɒfɪntəːn/