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Interdepartmentally

ˌɪn.tə.diː.pɑːtˈmen.təl.i

Meanings of Interdepartmentally:

adverb

In a way that involves the different departments of a school, university, business, etc.

Usage examples:

They set up a body to review policies interdepartmentally., we all work together as a team and pool…

Meanings of Interdepend:

verb

(of two or more people or things) depend on each other.

Usage examples:

In many ways, king and people interdepend

Interdependence

ˌɪn.tə.dɪˈpen.dəns

Meanings of Interdependence:

noun

The dependence of two or more people or things on each other.

Usage examples:

The new economic interdependence of the two nations

Meanings of Interdependencies:

noun

The dependence of two or more people or things on each other.

Usage examples:

The new economic interdependence of the two nations

Interdependency

ˌɪn.tə.dɪˈpen.dən.si

Meanings of Interdependency:

noun

The dependence of two or more people or things on each other.

Usage examples:

The new economic interdependence of the two nations

Meanings of Interdependent:

adjective

(of two or more people or things) dependent on each other.

Usage examples:

We in europe are all increasingly interdependent

Meanings of Interdependently:

adverb

In such a way that two or more things depend on each other

Usage examples:

The team members are working more and more interdependently., the two substances act interdependent…

Interdict

ˈɪn.tə.dɪkt

Meanings of Interdict:

noun

An authoritative prohibition.

Usage examples:

The university on friday obtained an interim interdict prohibiting students from damaging property …
verb

Prohibit or forbid (something).

Usage examples:

Society will never interdict sex

Meanings of Interdicted:

verb

Prohibit or forbid (something).

Usage examples:

Society will never interdict sex
noun

An authoritative prohibition.

Usage examples:

The university on friday obtained an interim interdict prohibiting students from damaging property …

Meanings of Interdicting:

verb

Prohibit or forbid (something).

Usage examples:

Society will never interdict sex
noun

An authoritative prohibition.

Usage examples:

The university on friday obtained an interim interdict prohibiting students from damaging property …

Interdiction

ˌɪn.təˈdɪk.ʃən

Meanings of Interdiction:

noun

The action of prohibiting or forbidding something.

Usage examples:

The interdiction of the slave trade

Meanings of Interdictions:

noun

The action of prohibiting or forbidding something.

Usage examples:

The interdiction of the slave trade

Interdictor

ˌɪntəˈdɪktə

Meanings of Interdictor:

noun

An aircraft designed to interrupt enemy supply operations by aerial bombing.

Usage examples:

What kind of chance can a few wings of starfighters, a battlecruiser or two, a few interdictors and…

Interdicts

ˈɪn.tə.dɪkt

Meanings of Interdicts:

noun

An authoritative prohibition.

Usage examples:

The university on friday obtained an interim interdict prohibiting students from damaging property …
verb

Prohibit or forbid (something).

Usage examples:

Society will never interdict sex

Interdigital

ˌɪntəˈdɪdʒɪt(ə)l

Meanings of Interdigital:

adjective

Between the fingers or toes.

Usage examples:

The most common infestation sites are the interdigital spaces of the fingers, the flexor surfaces o…

Meanings of Interdigitate:

verb

(of two or more things) interlock like the fingers of two clasped hands.

Usage examples:

The scales at the shell margins of opposing valves frequently interdigitate

Interdigitated

ˌɪntəˈdɪdʒɪteɪt

Meanings of Interdigitated:

verb

(of two or more things) interlock like the fingers of two clasped hands.

Usage examples:

The scales at the shell margins of opposing valves frequently interdigitate

Meanings of Interdigitating:

adjective

(of two or more things) interlocking like the fingers of two clasped hands.

Usage examples:

Interdigitating metal bars
verb

(of two or more things) interlock like the fingers of two clasped hands.

Usage examples:

The scales at the shell margins of opposing valves frequently interdigitate

Interdisciplinary

ɪntəˈdɪsɪplɪn(ə)ri

Meanings of Interdisciplinary:

adjective

Relating to more than one branch of knowledge.

Usage examples:

An interdisciplinary research programme

Interelectrode

ˌɪn.tər.iˈlek.trəʊd

Meanings of Interelectrode:

adjective

Between electrodes (= points at which an electric current enters or leaves)

Usage examples:

Two electrodes were placed with an interelectrode distance of 6 cm., the current decreases when the…

Meanings of Interepidemic:

adjective

Between epidemics (= appearances of a particular disease in a large number of people at the same time)

Usage examples:

The study predicts a five-year interepidemic period., the inter-epidemic period is inversely relate…

Interest

ˈɪnt(ə)rɪst

Meanings of Interest:

noun

The feeling of wanting to know or learn about something or someone.

Usage examples:

She looked about her with interest
verb

Excite the curiosity or attention of (someone).

Usage examples:

I thought the book might interest eliot

Meanings of Interest-group:

noun

A group of people or organizations who work to support an interest, principle, etc. that they all have

Usage examples:

Local residents who oppose the new supermarket have formed an interest group that is impossible to …

Meanings of Interested:

adjective

Showing curiosity or concern about something or someone; having a feeling of interest.

Usage examples:

I had always been interested in history
verb

Excite the curiosity or attention of (someone).

Usage examples:

I thought the book might interest eliot

Interested-in

ˈɪn.trest

Meanings of Interested-in:

phrasal verb

Someone might ask if they can interest you in something when that person is trying to persuade you to buy something or is offering you something

Usage examples:

Can i interest you in our new range of kitchen fittings, madam?, i don't suppose i can interest you…

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