- to connect with one another.
- to be or become connected or interrelated.
- pertaining to customer-owned equipment that is connected to or has access to the public telephone network.
- pertaining to companies that supply equipment to customers: a leading interconnect company.
Origin of interconnect
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Examples from the Web for interconnected
The querulous, interconnected pamphlets printed in seventeenth-century Europe prefigure the culture of modern blogging.Social Media is So Old Even the Romans Had It
October 25, 2013
In this broken-around-the-edges world, our fates are interconnected.Jewish Clergy Submit Letter to Congress Urging Action on Immigration Reform
September 12, 2013
The magical thinking lies not in saying that the world is interconnected, but rather in insisting that there is no overlap.CENTCOM Commander: Unresolved Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Meant 'I Paid a Military Security Price Every Day'
Emily L. Hauser
July 26, 2013
He calls the issue “interconnected” to every domestic problem in Iran.The Rutgers Professor Who Wants to Lead Iran
February 26, 2013
It works in three broad areas, all interconnected: socio-economic justice, political and human rights, and the peace process.Whither The Israeli Left?
Brent E. Sasley
January 24, 2013
All kinds of machines can be an address in this interconnected world.
The world is interconnected and this interconnection is subdivided into departments.The Positive Outcome of Philosophy
In the face of these facts, the Gregorian movement of the eleventh century pursues two closely interconnected objects.
Usually the blotches are discrete, but in some individuals they are interconnected and form an irregular dark mark on the dorsum.Neotropical Hylid Frogs, Genus Smilisca
William E. Duellman
Telegenic or not, a president or a TV star has little, if any, impact on our fulfillment in the interconnected world of our time.
- to relate wellpeople I really interconnect with
- to be meaningfully or complexly related or joinedthese three strands of thought interconnect
- a device that connects things
- (as modifier)interconnect cable
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Word Origin and History for interconnected
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