- to act one upon another.
Origin of interact
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But does the project offer a novel way to interact with culture?Blurred Lines at NY Sketchbook Museum
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But if the goal is to not interact with people, why bother going to a bar in the first place?How Much Do You Tip A Robot Bartender?
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An affordance is a feature that offers garden-goers a chance to interact with a garden.Magical Gardens for the Blind, Deaf, and Disabled
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But in an interview, Susli said she did interact with members of the SEA on social media.The Kardashian Look-Alike Trolling for Assad
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Advances in communication and social media have changed the way we interact with each other in a number of different ways.Sexting Is the New ‘First Base’
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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.Woman and Labour
Monads do not interact, therefore they do not directly condition one another.Theodicy
G. W. Leibniz
- (intr) to act on or in close relation with each other
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Word Origin and History for interact
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