Definitions

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  • v. To mesh between one another.

Etymologies

inter- +‎ mesh (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I have to intermesh my services in a variety of ways.

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  • I am mired in intangibles which impeccably intermesh with static neurones still firing blanks ...there is no disorientation quite like the bared walls of blunted rectitude

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  • Genetic engineering will likely intermesh with these to produce "enhanced" or "designed" progeny to specifications.

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  • It involves coordination of numerous major organs as well as an intricate network of tiny peripheral muscles that instantly intermesh.

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  • Many of the complications in the study of change are related to the way those three systems intermesh.

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  • (12:) Brain, now finally tuned to receive Channel 12 of The Skor, causes (13:) Left/Right brain lobes to intermesh in battle.

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  • Yet in New York City, where communities of these professions mesh and intermesh and overlap, there are still streets which are, and which could be, to a trained eye, the habitat of financiers alone, and where at once all other wayfarers are seen to be interlopers, or at best mere visitors at a fair.

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  • During the clamping operation, the five hard and coated chuck jaws intermesh.

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  • US defence colossus Lockheed, teamed with intermesh-rotor whirlybird maker Kaman, say that their droid chopper has managed to pass the tests set out for it by the US Marines under their

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  • It accounts for the ways in which the narrative intermesh (fit together) with particular kinds of semantic process, notably those of 'doing', 'thinking' and 'saying', and for the ways in which these processes are attributed to characters and narrators.

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    January 25, 2008