interaction

[ in-ter-ak-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF interaction
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For it is the action and interaction of these which lie at the bottom of the mind's development.

Awareness of similarities was embodied in means of interaction.

This is made possible by means of interaction and by shared resources.

Art establishes itself on a plurality of levels of interaction.

The acorns had dropped into the friendly soil, and this was the result of their interaction.

This interaction is (a) of persons with persons, and (b) of groups with groups.

The simplest aspect of interaction, or its primary phase, is contact.

Metaphysicians have argued endlessly as to the interaction of mind and matter.

For he conceived that all interaction took place by means of them.

Here we see the interaction of intellectual and emotional capacities.

WORD ORIGIN

1812, from inter- + action.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INTERACTION

correlation

nounequating, equivalence
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