interactions

[ in-ter-ak-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF interactions
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Their past (ontogeny) and present (pragmatics) are involved in these interactions.

Games belong to this domain, and so do joking and interactions with friends.

The results of their interactions can be reduced to mathematics.

It does not know what it is about; that is to say, what are its interactions with other activities.

All classes of vessels were not implicated equally in the increased level of interactions which occurred in 1978.

One could study for hours the interactions among the army ants themselves.

Further studies of the interactions of π mesons are made in the meson cave.

I select his experimental examination of the interactions of metals and acids.

Yet without reckoning with these interactions not even an approach to the truth is possible.

Interactions among minds correspond to a different dynamic realm, the realm of their reciprocal identification.