from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Reciprocal action and reaction; interaction.
- intransitive v. To act or react on each other; interact.
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- n. interaction
- v. to interact
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Mutual action or influence; interaction.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Reciprocal action or influence; interchange of action and reaction, as between the parts of a machine; concurrent operation or procedure; interaction.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. reciprocal action and reaction
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"I'm interested to find out what the interplay is between them," Mr. Saluti said, declining to comment on whether Mr. Welch was at the party.
"I'm interested to find out what the interplay is between them," Saluti said, declining to comment on whether Welch was at the party.
Brilliant one-touch interplay is thrown into higher relief when confronted by opponents favouring a straightforward, even rugged approach.
The swaggering physicality, in interplay with the vaguely skinhead-like attire, helps ratchet up the tension.
The character interplay is a large part of the appeal for me, as the different personalities in various combinations raise different moods.
But because the performers are so adept and their interplay is so natural, the resonance of the writing is fully realized.
Extended Caption 13Another telling example of this interplay is found in the northeast corner of the Gubbio studiolo, in the cabinet of measuring devices surmounted by the word INGENIOQ.
Ying sticks with video, but his sense of formal interplay is conceptually rich, marking him as one of the more auspicious Chinese talents since Jia Zhangke.
But the nature of that interplay is infinitely more complex in an art form like Blake's in which verbal and visual texts make simultaneous and often quite different demands upon the reader.
Their interplay was a series of exclamations in one room and knob adjustments in the other.