Examples of interplay in a Sentence
the interplay between the old and the new
enjoys the interplay of three very different flavors
Recent Examples of interplay from the Web
That interplay of light and dark fits perfectly with the continuation of floral looks.
Unburdened by an operatic plot, the gleefully rambunctious concerto freely explores gestures with collage-like interplay and little allegiance to any one key.
Mozart’s Sonata in D for Two Pianos (K. 448) involves much closer, more intricate interplay and overlappings, and Mr. Babayan and Mr. Trifonov, in a full-blooded performance, seemed of a single mind in touch and style.
The interplay between a child’s psychological defenses and the intensity of the emotional injury determines the extent and depth of the wound.
Soon after, Willian doubled the lead following some stunning interplay between the Chelsea attackers.
As Sarah Gibbens reports for National Geographic, the researchers examine the interplay between cave art and echoes in the caves where they are found in a new paper, published the journal Frontiers in Psychology.
Although wonky, what's at issue here — the interplay between federal and state procedure — is fodder for a majority opinion from Garcia as well as a concurring opinion and a dissent.
The focus is on process rather than results, the selection of pitch type and location hashed out in a subtle interplay between the man behind the plate and the one rising above him from 60 feet, 6 inches away.
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INTERPLAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of interplay for English Language Learners
: the ways in which two or more things, groups, etc., affect each other when they happen or exist together
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