interface

[ noun in-ter-feys; verb in-ter-feys, in-ter-feys ]SEE DEFINITION OF interface

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERFACE

There remains the question of the precipitation of the tanning colloid at the interface.

They embody expectations and plans for change; and they need to interface between the given and the desired or the expected.

The interaction of the user with the machine is translated by interface programs into whatever a machine can process.

The experience of interface design can help us understand the direction of change to which the new pragmatics commits us.

The various concerns raised so far only reiterate how important it is to understand the nature of interface processes.

Natural language accomplished the function of interface long before the notion came into existence.

The process exemplifies what happens when interface takes over and interacts with itself.

The interface would account for the change and would accommodate new goals.

Instead of supporting better interactions, an interface can hamper them and affect the outcome of computing.

Every language of interaction (interface) that disappeared took with it into oblivion experiences impossible to resuscitate.

WORD ORIGIN

1882 (n.), 1967 (v.), from inter- + face. Related: Interfaced; interfacing.

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