English version

interaction

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinteractionin‧ter‧ac‧tion /ˌɪntərˈækʃən/ ●●○ W3 AWL noun [countable, uncountable]  1 TOGETHERa process by which two or more things affect each otherinteraction of Price is determined through the interaction of demand and supply.interaction with/between the complex interaction between mind and body2 RELATIONSHIPthe activity of talking to other people, working together with them etcinteraction with/between the degree of interaction between teacher and student
Examples from the Corpus
interaction with/betweenThe girl who hits other children can be denied interaction with other children. 3.But they vary in terms of gameplay, interaction with the gaming environment, graphics, storyline and system requirements.In addition, protein structure, post-translational modification, or interaction with other proteins may affect site recognition.Iran's interaction with the WestThis displacement allows a strong interaction with the N terminus of the repressor B helix.Learning is through interaction with the environment rather than being preprogrammed.The third dialectic involves the subject recognizing itself through interaction with other subjects.She observed the verbal interactions between sister and learner.The writer is engaged in a kind of vicarious interaction with a presumed reader and anticipates and provides for likely reactions.interaction with/betweenThe girl who hits other children can be denied interaction with other children. 3.But they vary in terms of gameplay, interaction with the gaming environment, graphics, storyline and system requirements.In addition, protein structure, post-translational modification, or interaction with other proteins may affect site recognition.This displacement allows a strong interaction with the N terminus of the repressor B helix.Learning is through interaction with the environment rather than being preprogrammed.The third dialectic involves the subject recognizing itself through interaction with other subjects.She observed the verbal interactions between sister and learner.The writer is engaged in a kind of vicarious interaction with a presumed reader and anticipates and provides for likely reactions.
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