Definition for interleaving (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), in·ter·leaved, in·ter·leav·ing.
- to arrange (an operation) so that two or more programs, sets of instructions, etc., are performed in an alternating fashion.
- to mix (data and control characters) in a single operation.
Related formsun·in·ter·leaved, adjective
Examples from the Web for interleaving
Glennard, taking the volume from his hand, glanced with a kind of repugnance at the interleaving of yellow cris-crossed sheets.The Touchstone|Edith Wharton
The backing of a flat piece of soft wood with an interleaving of stout paper or, better still, millboard, must not be forgotten.The Repairing & Restoration of Violins|Horace Petherick