- act together or towards others or with others
"He should interact more with his colleagues"
- One way to learn a foreign language is to interact with native speakers of that language.
- Tom seems to be unable to interact normally with other people.
- I intend to create some events-classes (I'll post the classes there and we're going to interact.) How it sounds to you?
- All people are born free and have the same rights and dignity. They are imbued with reason and conscience and should interact with each other in a spirit of brotherhood.
- Basing his invention of public relations on his uncle Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic theory, Edward Bernays has left a lasting legacy on the media and how they interact with their audiences.
- Geographic viewer that allows a user to interact with feature data.
- to build Pakistan's economic capability to interact more effectively with the Community.
- The risk assessment process shall interact with the hazard management according to section 4.1.
- EETS Users do not interact directly with Toll Chargers as part of EETS.
- Outdoor areas provided for animals to exercise and interact cannot have strict temperature regulation.
- Systems which are designed in accordance with the ESoP should be such that the attentional demand of the system can be modified by the driver by choosing to interact (or not), and by choosing when and how to interact.
- Systems which are designed in accordance with the ESoP should be such that the attentional demand of the system can be modified by the driver choosing to interact (or not), and by choosing when and how to interact.
- Goats (Capra hircus) are a naturally inquisitive species and generally interact well with other animal species and humans.
- the efficacy of coupled process modelling (that is, the way various single effects in the simulator(s) interact);
- ‘interface’ means a facility between systems which provides the media through which they can connect and interact;