from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To link together or join (one) with another: The policies, though distinct, are interlinked.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To link together.
- v. To link (two or more things) together.
- n. A link of this kind.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An intermediate or connecting link.
- transitive v. To link together; to join, as one chain to another.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To join together by or as by links; unite by strong ties, as of interest or affection.
- n. A link in a chain; hence, an intermediate step in a process of reasoning.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. be interwoven or interconnected
- v. cause to be interconnected or interwoven
Then just Digg your uploads in a viral spiral to your social networks via an FB/MS interlink torrent.
Warren Pleece: Montague Terrace actually showcased in the last edition of Velocity, no. 6 way back in '96 as a place we could develop countless characters, stories and interlink them into some grand scheme.
People in public and private sectors, which nowadays interlink, are not spending but hoarding cash.
Looking at the interlinking segments of the internet as being held apart by barriers is old-media thinking, and trying to interlink everything is verging on madness.
Two end pods, wheels stuttering and screeching, tipped to the side, and the shock traversed the interlink and pushed the cab over on its side, grinding against the median.
Stanley Milgram measured connectivity in Americans and indeed discovered that only a small number of connections, especially through hubs and portals like the world wide web, interlink the entire population.
Also, Stephen King came to mind: most of his novels interlink with the others, so maybe you could use that, too - telling many different stories with different characters but set in the same world.
Shunor festival is celebrating every year since 1920 when it was launched by an Military Officer of Royal British Army Col Evelyn Hey Cobb who was a best player and was playing polo match at Shundor to interlink people of Chitral an Gilgit through this match.
A network consists of several elements, all of which interlink and reinforce one another, to form an integrated system that functions as a whole.
In the past, weve always focused our efforts on developing nanotech-based weapons targeting the Collectives interlink, to render the Borg incapable of taking action, hostile or otherwise.