- to act on one another; act reciprocally
- to deal, work, etc. with someone or something: a politician who interacts well with members of the media
Children interact while playing a board game.
An example of interact is for two children to play a board game together.
intransitive verbin·ter·act·ed, in·ter·act·ing, in·ter·acts
(third-person singular simple present interacts, present participle interacting, simple past and past participle interacted)
inter- + act
- Adolescents try on different social roles as they interact with peers, and peers serve as a social stepping stone as adolescents move away from their emotional dependence upon their parents and toward autonomous functioning as an adult.
- Players use the mouse (or a combination of mouse and keyboard commands) to interact with the world, solve puzzles, collect items, etc. LucasArts also entered the field with the Monkey Island games and Maniac Mansion several years later.
- During that time, students may occasionally view lectures and interact with professors and fellow students, but the majority of work they complete will be independent contributions to a dissertation or individual research project.
- Always on the cutting edge of innovation, Pokemon Battle Revolution for the Nintendo Wii is the first Wii game to make use of the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection and the first to interact with the Nintendo DS through a wireless connection.
- With eLyrics, in addition to purchasing a ringtone, translating the lyrics into another language and listening to the song, you can also use the site comment section and message board to interact with your fellow Miley Cyrus fans.