interact[ in-ter-akt ]SEE DEFINITION OF interact
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERACT
So does every tool, appliance, and machine we use, and so do all the people with whom we interact.
So it seems that we constitute ourselves as our own observations about how we interact.
This becomes the domain of authority, and the two interact on each other.
It is here that the man cannot act for the woman nor the woman for the man; but both must interact.
Monads do not interact, therefore they do not directly condition one another.
If the cogs on the gearwheels do not interact, the machine can not work.
It is for you as the writer to make this clear, to show that all the things are related, that they affect each other and interact.
Interact, in-tėr-akt′, n. a short piece in a play acted between the principal pieces: the interval between the acts of a drama.
We would be able to interact with many of the individuals making this fascinating present happen.
In such situations and locations, the pragmatics of literacy and illiteracy meet and interact.