- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of interact.
“The normal RET protein interacts with specific factors outside the cell and helps the cell to respond to its environment.”
“HDX differs from FDX in the way the tag interacts with its reader.”
“The following diagram illustrates how the DefineText tag interacts with the DefineFont tag:”
“The linguists might, for example, think about how an expression interacts with the rules of English stress assignment, or about it's syntactic behavior.”
“And we're hoping that it kind of interacts a little bit with a front up to the north.”
“A user only needs to be close to the screen and the screen 'interacts' with you.”
“There are a number of reasons why we needed to do that, I mean, the way that the Wii game plays, you know the levels in the PS3 and the 360 just wouldn't go with how the pointer kind of interacts with the game, we had to do that stuff anyway.”
“But nobody just kind of interacts with you in a normal way.”
“Andrea Zittel utilizes fibers and felting in many of her stunning “Six Month Uniforms” that are intended to be worn for much longer than the society she interacts with in them deems acceptable.”
“Iron, for instance, is a "double-edged sword" because it interacts with oxygen to help the body generate energy, but also can produce free radicals, highly reactive molecules that can cause cell damage, says James Connor , professor and vice chairman of neurosurgery at Penn State University in Hershey.”
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