Definition of interact in English:

interact

Pronunciation /ˌin(t)ərˈakt/ /ˌɪn(t)ərˈækt/

intransitive verb

[no object]
  • Act in such a way as to have an effect on another; act reciprocally.

    ‘all the stages in the process interact’
    ‘the user interacts directly with the library’
    • ‘Conceptual models are provided that show how these concepts interact with each other.’
    • ‘In general, they regulate how cells interact with each other and with the extra-cellular matrix.’
    • ‘Holistic medicine considers the whole body and takes the approach that all systems interact with each other.’
    • ‘Ergonomics is the means and processes we use to do our work, and how the human body interacts with those processes and equipment.’
    • ‘Once a trader understands the process of how price interacts and changes, he or she can exploit it more easily.’
    • ‘The process of integration has interacted with, and received much impetus from, developments at the global level.’
    • ‘Everyones' universes interact by a process similar to quantum interference.’
    • ‘None the less, we note that policy substance and policy process interact.’
    • ‘Spike Lyne's lighting interacts with the set to create stunning effects.’
    • ‘Oxytocin had profound effects on the brain, changing the way nerves interacted and altering the brain's physical structure.’
    • ‘We performed some simple tests to see how many sound sources interacted together.’
    • ‘What all of these songs have in common is the way that rhythm interacts interestingly with melody to produce a hypnotic effect.’
    • ‘That is, the direction of a variable's effect does nor typically change as it interacts with other variables.’
    • ‘Titanium also interacts with sulphur and can have a beneficial effect on the shape of sulphide inclusions.’
    • ‘Alcohol interacts with fatigue and increases its effects, just like drinking on an empty stomach.’
    • ‘Certainly, ratio value and rate of responding may have interacted with motivation to produce behavioral effects.’
    affect, influence, exert influence on, act on, work on, condition, touch, interact with, have an impact on, impact on, take hold of, attack, infect, strike, strike at, hit
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Pronunciation

interact

/ˌin(t)ərˈakt/ /ˌɪn(t)ərˈækt/