Definition of interact
: to act upon one another
Examples of interact in a Sentence
They're quiet children who don't interact much.
Recent Examples of interact from the Web
And that maturity often is acquired when interacting offline and in real life.
The New Jersey State Assembly passed a bill last week requiring schools to teach children how to interact with police, NBC News reports.
The administration wants to cut redundancies and modernize the way Americans interact with their government, and tech companies see a $90 billion-a-year business.
Buprenorphine interacts with brain receptors affected by opioid drugs like heroin, helping diminish the effects of physical dependency to these drugs, such as withdrawal symptoms and cravings.
High culture was vital in West Berlin, too, and interacted more fluidly with the underground than Hockenos allows.
Park staff did too little to keep visitors from feeding or interacting with the croc, the emails said.
Conway received a waiver to interact with former clients of her polling firm, which includes a wide range of political and conservative advocacy organizations.
Mike Levin (@MikeLevinCA) May 30, 2017 Issa later tweeted a series of photos: One from the rooftop, and several (taken by Moore) of him interacting with what appears to be a lone supporter among a sea of protesters — holding a piece of cake.
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First Known Use of interact
INTERACT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of interact for English Language Learners
: to talk or do things with other people
: to act together : to come together and have an effect on each other
INTERACT Defined for Kids
Definition of interact for Students
1 : to talk or do things with other people The neighbors don't interact.
2 : to act upon or together with something else The chemicals interacted to produce smoke.
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