- of or pertaining to the relations between persons: He has strong interpersonal skills.
- existing or occurring between persons.
Origin of interpersonal
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Examples from the Web for interpersonal
Tourism has built my confidence [and] improved my interpersonal skills.Cameroonian Women Fighting Sexism With Tourism
November 7, 2014
Other, larger considerations inevitably intervened—spiritual, interpersonal, socio-political.What if Jazz Giant John Coltrane Had Lived?
September 14, 2014
There are specialties where interpersonal skills can take a backseat without harm to patient well-being.How One Doctor Mastered the Art of Delivering Life-Changing Diagnoses
March 22, 2014
It's a show with gay characters, but their issues are work, relationships, interpersonal.Yes, ‘Looking’ Is Boring. It’s the Drama Gays Deserve.
January 24, 2014
This 27-inch “interpersonal computer” allows four people to use it simultaneously.Ten Coolest Products From 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show
January 8, 2013
"Interpersonal relationships within the office framework," a teacher—Mr. Greystone?Hex
Laurence Mark Janifer (AKA Larry M. Harris)
The main purpose of social work is to help people cope with stress from interpersonal or social problems.When You Don't Know Where to Turn
Steven J. Bartlett
Thus problem solving involves both the physical world and the interpersonal world.
Many ordinary problems involve not only physical, concrete parts but also interpersonal elements.
Character traits and values are discussed in the section on interpersonal relationships.
- between persons; involving personal relationships
Word Origin and History for interpersonal
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