verb (used with object), in·ter·faced, in·ter·fac·ing.
verb (used without object), in·ter·faced, in·ter·fac·ing.
- interest-rate futures,
- interfacial canal,
- interfacial tension,
Origin of interface
Examples from the Web for interface
This borderland—the interface of human activity and wild habitat—is the most dangerous region of all for bears.
It serves as the heart of the collective works, as an interface between the cosmos and humanity.
Apple also created the preferred devices for accessing this interface, and the music it channeled.
The interface was great, really user-friendly, really clear.
State exchanges are given the option to interface with so-called “web-based entities.”Obamacare’s Rollout Is a Disaster That Didn’t Have to Happen|Gregory Ferenstein|October 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The interaction of the user with the machine is translated by interface programs into whatever a machine can process.
The various concerns raised so far only reiterate how important it is to understand the nature of interface processes.
Instead of supporting better interactions, an interface can hamper them and affect the outcome of computing.
Natural language accomplished the function of interface long before the notion came into existence.
There remains the question of the precipitation of the tanning colloid at the interface.Animal Proteins|Hugh Garner Bennett