- 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
- According to the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), reputable breeders will never sell a puppy to a pet store or conduct business in any situation that does not allow the potential owner to interact with the puppy before adoption.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.