reciprocal action, effect, or influence.
the direct effect that one kind of particle has on another, in particular, in inducing the emission or absorption of one particle by another.
the mathematical expression that specifies the nature and strength of this effect.
- in·ter·ac·tion·al, adjective
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How to use interaction in a sentence
Where they tend to find more value in interactions with me is what I call the “moments of truth.”Why is GoCardless COO Carlos Gonzalez-Cadenas pivoting to become a full-time VC? | Steve O'Hear | November 20, 2020 | TechCrunch
People should spend time together outdoors, taking a walk or sitting six feet apart for interpersonal interaction.CDC recommends against Thanksgiving travel amid surge of coronavirus cases | Brittany Shammas | November 19, 2020 | Washington Post
Other parts of the observatory will remain intact, such as the lidar facility that’s important to studying space weather and magnetosphere interactions.The second-largest radio telescope in the world is shutting down | Neel Patel | November 19, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
Adding captions to your videos is almost guaranteed to boost engagement, interaction, and conversion.Top six reasons you should caption your social media video content | Molly Yurick | November 19, 2020 | Search Engine Watch
Company executives said research has shown that many users are too intimidated to post or engage with others on the service, which has led to an effort to find new ways to spark interaction.Twitter’s new disappearing posts lets users ‘fleet’ instead of tweet | Verne Kopytoff | November 17, 2020 | Fortune
British Dictionary definitions for interaction
a mutual or reciprocal action or influence
- interactional, adjective
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