Definition for interaction

noun as in interplay

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Example Sentences

Part of the fun of going out to eat is the interaction, even at a distance, with staff.

In addition, the league is seeking to limit social interactions for teams on the road.

Board meetings are quickly increasing in their significance to foster consistent and vital interactions as an organization.

Pandemics are as much a product of human behavior as they are of biology, because a virus spreads via social interaction.

You find them, run and hide, though there is more interaction between monster and player in comparison to the first game.

After four or five months of casual interaction, they realized they both had lost a young parent to cancer.

Sometimes everything wrong with a larger dynamic is captured in one small interaction.

Otherwise, we morally erode the environment to be the type that makes interaction with others so difficult in the first place.

I think the first obvious thing we can do is videotape every police interaction—body cams, in-car cameras—you name it.

Still, after nearly a month at sea, I imagine they are eager to recharge, ready for interaction with the outside world.

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

Discusses the interaction between physical and mental things, and the possibility of freedom in a world of fixed causes.

The student of human progress is likely to be increasingly impressed with the interaction between ideas and institutions.

Thus, here also each element reinforces every other; all the factors of life are in constant interaction.

We see this complex process of the interaction of language and thought actually taking place under our eyes.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to interaction, such as: communication, cooperation, synergy, intercommunication, and reciprocal action.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.