in·ter·dig·i·tate vi \-ˈdij-ə-ˌtāt\
: to become interlocked like the fingers of folded hands <thick myosin filaments interdigitate with the thin actin filaments—J. M. Squire>
: to undergo intercuspation <these teeth do not interdigitate completely—J. A. Glassman>
—in·ter·dig·i·ta·tion \-ˌdij-ə-ˈtā-shən\ noun
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