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interclash
n., v. * * *
interclasp
v.t. * * *
interclass
/in'teuhr klas", -klahs"/, adj. between classes; involving different classes. [1905-10; INTER- + CLASS] * * *
interclavicle
—interclavicular /in'teuhr kleuh vik"yeuh leuhr/, adj. /in'teuhr klav"i keuhl/, n. Zool. a median membrane bone developed between the collarbones, or in front of the ...
interclavicular
See interclavicle. * * *
interclerical
adj. * * *
intercloud
v.t. * * *
interclub
adj. * * *
intercluster
adj. * * *
intercoastal
/in'teuhr kohs"tl/, adj. existing or done between seacoasts; involving two or more seacoasts. [1925-30; INTER- + COASTAL] * * *
intercoccygeal
adj. * * *
intercollege
/in'teuhr kol"ij/, adj. intercollegiate. [INTER- + COLLEGE] * * *
intercollegiate
/in'teuhr keuh lee"jit, -jee it/, adj. 1. taking place between or participating in activities between different colleges: intercollegiate athletics. 2. of, pertaining to, or ...
intercolonial
—intercolonially, adv. /in'teuhr keuh loh"nee euhl/, adj. 1. between colonies, as of one country. 2. of or pertaining to two or more colonies. [1850-55; INTER- + COLONIAL] * * *
intercolonize
v., intercolonized, intercolonizing. * * *
intercolumniation
—intercolumnal, intercolumnar, adj. /in'teuhr keuh lum'nee ay"sheuhn/, n. Archit. 1. the space between two adjacent columns, usually the clear space between the lower parts of ...
intercom
/in"teuhr kom'/, n. Informal. 1. an intercommunication system. 2. a microphone or receiver of an intercommunication system. [1935-40; by shortening] * * *
intercombat
n. * * *
intercombine
v.t., intercombined, intercombining. * * *
intercommon
—intercommonage, n. —intercommoner, n. /in'teuhr kom"euhn/, v.i. Eng. Law. to share in the use of a common. [1400-50; INTER- + obs. common (v.) (var. of COMMUNE); r. late ME ...
intercommunal
adj. * * *
intercommunicate
—intercommunicable, adj. —intercommunicability, n. —intercommunication, n. —intercommunicative, adj. —intercommunicator, n. /in'teuhr keuh myooh"ni kayt'/, v., ...
intercommunication
See intercommunicate. * * *
intercommunication system
a communication system within a building, ship, airplane, local area, etc., with a loudspeaker or receiver for listening and a microphone for speaking at each of two or more ...
intercommunicative
See intercommunication. * * *
intercommunion
/in'teuhr keuh myoohn"yeuhn/, n. 1. mutual communion, association, or relations. 2. Eccles. a communion service among members of different denominations. Cf. close communion, ...
intercommunity
/in'teuhr keuh myooh"ni tee/, n., pl. intercommunities, adj. n. 1. common ownership, use, participation, etc. adj. 2. of, pertaining to, or between communities: intercommunity ...
intercompany
adj. * * *
intercomparable
adj. * * *
intercompare
v.t., intercompared, intercomparing. * * *
intercomplexity
n., pl. intercomplexities. * * *
interconciliary
adj. * * *
intercondylar
adj. * * *
intercondylic
adj. * * *
intercondyloid
adj. * * *
interconfessional
/in'teuhr keuhn fesh"euh nl/, adj. common to or occurring between churches having different confessions. [1890-95; INTER- + CONFESSIONAL] * * *
interconfound
v.t. * * *
interconnect
—interconnection, n. /in'teuhr keuh nekt"/, v.t. 1. to connect with one another. v.i. 2. to be or become connected or interrelated. adj. 3. Telecommunications. a. pertaining to ...
interconnectable
See interconnectedness. * * *
interconnectedness
/in'teuhr keuh nek"tid nis/, n. the quality or condition of being interconnected; interrelatedness: the interconnectedness of all nations working toward world peace. [1920-25; ...
interconnectible
See interconnectedness. * * *
interconnection
See interconnectedness. * * *
interconsonantal
/in'teuhr kon'seuh nan"tl/, adj. Phonet. (usually of a vowel) immediately following a consonant and preceding a consonant, as the a in pat. [1930-35; INTER- + CONSONANTAL] * * *
intercontinental
/in'teuhr kon'tn en"tl/, adj. 1. between or among continents; involving two or more continents: intercontinental trade. 2. traveling or capable of traveling between continents: ...
intercontinental ballistic missile
any supersonic missile that has a range of at least 3500 nautical mi. (6500 km) and follows a ballistic trajectory after a powered, guided launching. Abbr.: ICBM, ...
intercontorted
adj. * * *
interconversion
/in'teuhr keuhn verr"zheuhn, -sheuhn/, n. conversion of each of two things into the other; reciprocal conversion. [1860-65; INTER- + CONVERSION] * * *
interconvert
—interconvertible, adj. —interconvertibility, n. —interconvertibly, adv. /in'teuhr keuhn verrt"/, v.t. to subject to interconversion; interchange. [1950-55; INTER- + ...
interconvertibility
See interconvert. * * *
interconvertible
See interconvert. * * *
intercool
See intercooler. * * *
intercooler
/in"teuhr kooh'leuhr/, n. any device for cooling a fluid between successive heating processes, esp. for cooling a gas between successive compressions. [1895-1900; INTER- + ...
intercoordinate
adj. v., intercoordinated, intercoordinating. * * *
intercoracoid
adj. * * *
intercorporate
adj. * * *
intercorrelate
v.t., intercorrelated, intercorrelating. * * *
intercortical
adj. * * *
intercosmic
adj. * * *
intercostal
—intercostally, adv. /in'teuhr kos"tl, -kaw"stl/, adj. 1. pertaining to muscles, parts, or intervals between the ribs. 2. situated between the ribs. 3. Shipbuilding. noting a ...
intercostalis muscle
▪ anatomy       in human physiology, any of a series of short muscles that extend between the ribs and serve to draw them together during inspiration and forced ...
intercotylar
adj. * * *
intercountry
adj. * * *
intercounty
adj. * * *
intercouple
adj. * * *
intercourse
/in"teuhr kawrs', -kohrs'/, n. 1. dealings or communication between individuals, groups, countries, etc. 2. interchange of thoughts, feelings, etc. 3. sexual relations or a ...
intercranial
adj. * * *
intercrater
adj. * * *
intercreate
v.t., intercreated, intercreating. * * *
intercrinal
adj. * * *
intercrop
v. /in'teuhr krop"/; n. /in"teuhr krop'/, v., intercropped, intercropping, n. Agric. v.i. 1. to grow one crop between the rows of another, as in an orchard or field. v.t. 2. to ...
intercross
v. /in'teuhr kraws", -kros"/; n. /in"teuhr kraws', -kros'/, v.t. 1. to cross one with another; place across each other. 2. to cross (each other), as streets; intersect. 3. to ...
intercrural
adj. * * *
intercrust
v.t. * * *
intercrystalline
/in'teuhr kris"tl in, -uyn', -een'/, adj. Crystall. situated or passing between the crystals of a substance. Cf. transcrystalline. [1900-05; INTER- + CRYSTALLINE] * * *
intercultural
—interculturally, adv. /in'teuhr kul"cheuhr euhl/, adj. pertaining to or taking place between two or more cultures: intercultural exchanges in music and art. [1935-40; INTER- + ...
interculture
adj. n. * * *
intercupola
/in'teuhr kyooh"peuh leuh/, n. Archit. 1. the space between an inner and an outer dome. 2. a space between two cupolas. [INTER- + CUPOLA] * * *
intercurl
v. * * *
intercurrent
—intercurrence, n. —intercurrently, adv. /in'teuhr kerr"euhnt, -kur"-/, adj. 1. intervening, as of time or events. 2. Pathol. (of a disease) occurring while another disease ...
intercuspidal
adj. * * *
intercut
v. /in'teuhr kut", in"teuhr kut'/; n. /in"teuhr kut'/, v., intercut, intercutting, n. Motion Pictures, Television. v.i. 1. to cut from one type of shot to another, as from a long ...
intercutting
in·ter·cut·ting (ĭn'tər-kŭtʹĭng) n. See crosscutting. * * *
intercystic
adj. * * *
interdebate
v., interdebated, interdebating. * * *
interdeceive
v., interdeceived, interdeceiving. * * *
interdenominational
—interdenominationalism, n. /in'teuhr di nom'euh nay"sheuh nl/, adj. occurring between, involving, or common to different religious denominations. Also called ...
interdental
—interdentally, adv. /in'teuhr den"tl/, adj. 1. between teeth. 2. Phonet. articulated with the tip of the tongue between the upper and lower front teeth, as the fricatives /dh/ ...
interdentally
See interdental. * * *
interdentil
/in'teuhr den"tl, -til/, n. Archit. a space between dentils. [1815-25; INTER- + DENTIL] * * *
interdepartmental
—interdepartmentally, adv. /in'teuhr dee'pahrt men"tl, -di pahrt-/, adj. involving or existing between two or more departments: interdepartmental rivalry. [1890-95; INTER- + ...
interdepend
v.i. * * *
interdependable
adj. * * *
interdependence
interdependence [in΄tər dē pen′dəns, in΄tərdipen′dəns] n. dependence on each other or one another; mutual dependence: also ...
interdependency
See interdependence. * * *
interdependent
—interdependence, interdependency, n. —interdependently, adv. /in'teuhr di pen"deuhnt/, adj. mutually dependent; depending on each other. [1810-20; INTER- + DEPENDENT] * * *
interdestructive
adj.; interdestructively, adv.; interdestructiveness, n. * * *
interdetermine
v.t., interdetermined, interdetermining. * * *
interdevour
v.t. * * *
interdialectal
adj.; interdialectally, adv. * * *
interdict
—interdictor, n. n. /in"teuhr dikt'/; v. /in'teuhr dikt"/, n. 1. Civil Law. any prohibitory act or decree of a court or an administrative officer. 2. Rom. Cath. Ch. a ...
interdiction
/in'teuhr dik"sheuhn/, n. 1. an act or instance of interdicting. 2. the state of being interdicted. 3. an interdict. 4. steady bombardment of enemy positions and communications ...
interdictive
See interdiction. * * *
interdictively
See interdiction. * * *
interdictor
See interdiction. * * *
interdictory
/in'teuhr dik"teuh ree/, adj. of, pertaining to, or noting interdiction. [1745-55; < LL interdictorius. See INTERDICT, -TORY1] * * *
interdifferentiate
v.t., interdifferentiated, interdifferentiating. * * *
interdiffuse
v., interdiffused, interdiffusing. * * *
interdiffusive
adj.; interdiffusiveness, n. * * *
interdigital
adj.; interdigitally, adv. * * *
interdigitate
—interdigitation, n. /in'teuhr dij"i tayt'/, v.i., v.t., interdigitated, interdigitating. to interlock, as or like the fingers of both hands. [1840-50; INTER- + DIGITATE] * * *
interdisciplinary
/in'teuhr dis"euh pleuh ner'ee/, adj. 1. combining or involving two or more academic disciplines or fields of study: The economics and history departments are offering an ...
interdistrict
adj. * * *
interdivisional
adj.; interdivisionally, adv. * * *
interdominion
adj. * * *
interdorsal
adj. * * *
interecclesiastical
adj.; interecclesiastically, adv. * * *
interelection
adj. * * *
interelectronic
adj. * * *
interelement
adj., n. * * *
interembrace
v., interembraced, interembracing. * * *
interempire
adj. * * *
interentangle
v.t., interentangled, interentangling. * * *
interepidemic
adj. * * *
interepithelial
adj. * * *
interest
/in"teuhr ist, -trist/, n. 1. the feeling of a person whose attention, concern, or curiosity is particularly engaged by something: She has a great interest in the poetry of ...
interest group
a group of people drawn or acting together in support of a common interest or to voice a common concern: Political interest groups seek to influence legislation. [1905-10] * * ...
interest groups
➡ pressure groups * * *
interest-group
See interest group. * * *
interested
—interestedly, adv. —interestedness, n. /in"teuhr euh stid, -treuh stid, -teuh res'tid/, adj. 1. having an interest in something; concerned: Interested members will meet at ...
interestedly
See interested. * * *
interestedness
See interestedly. * * *
interesterification
/in'teuhr euh ster'euh fi kay"sheuhn/, n. Chem. transesterification. [1940-45; INTER- + ESTERIFICATION] * * *
interestgroup
interest group n. A group of persons working on behalf of or strongly supporting a particular cause, such as an item of legislation, an industry, or a special segment of ...
interesting
—interestingly, adv. —interestingness, n. /in"teuhr euh sting, -treuh sting, -teuh res'ting/, adj. 1. engaging or exciting and holding the attention or curiosity: an ...
interestingly
See interesting. * * *
interestuarine
adj. * * *
interethnic
adj. * * *
interface
n. /in"teuhr fays'/; v. /in"teuhr fays', in'teuhr fays"/, n., v., interfaced, interfacing. n. 1. a surface regarded as the common boundary of two bodies, spaces, or phases. 2. ...
interfacial
/in'teuhr fay"sheuhl/, adj. 1. included between two faces. 2. of, pertaining to, or of the nature of an interface. [1830-40; INTER- + FACIAL] * * *
interfacial tension
Physical Chem. the surface tension at the interface of two liquids. * * *
interfacing
/in"teuhr fay'sing/, n. a woven or nonwoven material used between the facing and outer fabric of a garment, as in the collar and lapels of a jacket, to add body and give support ...
interfactional
adj. * * *
interfaculty
n., pl. interfaculties, adj. * * *
interfaith
/in"teuhr fayth"/, adj. of, operating, or occurring between persons belonging to different religions: an interfaith service. [1965-70; INTER- + FAITH] * * *
interfamilial
adj. * * *
interfamily
adj. * * *
interfascicular
adj. * * *
interfascicularcambium
in·ter·fas·cic·u·lar cambium (ĭn'tər-fə-sĭkʹyə-lər) n. The cambium arising between the vascular bundles. * * *
interfemoral
adj. * * *
interfenestration
—interfenestral /in'teuhr feuh nes"treuhl/, adj. /in'teuhr fen'euh stray"sheuhn/, n. 1. a space between two windows. 2. the art or process of arranging the openings in a ...
interfere
—interferer, n. —interferingly, adv. /in'teuhr fear"/, v.i., interfered, interfering. 1. to come into opposition, as one thing with another, esp. with the effect of hampering ...
interference
/in'teuhr fear"euhns/, n. 1. an act, fact, or instance of interfering. 2. something that interferes. 3. Physics. the process in which two or more light, sound, or electromagnetic ...
interference drag
Aeron. the drag on an aircraft caused by the interaction of two aerodynamic bodies. * * *
interference fringe
▪ physics       a bright or dark band caused by beams of light that are in phase or out of phase with one another. Light waves and similar wave propagation, when ...
interference microscope
—interference microscopy. a microscope that utilizes light interference phenomena to create two superimposed images of an object, making possible the observation of transparent ...
interference pattern
Physics. a series of alternating dark and bright bands produced as a result of light interference. Cf. diffraction. [1930-35] * * *
interferential
/in'teuhr feuh ren"sheuhl/, adj. of or pertaining to interference. [1875-80; INTERFERE + (DIFFER)ENTIAL] * * *
interferer
See interfere. * * *
interferingly
See interferer. * * *
interferogram
/in'teuhr fear"euh gram'/, n. Optics. a photographic record of light interference patterns produced with an interferometer, used for recording shock waves and fluid flow ...
interferometer
—interferometric /in'teuhr fear'euh me"trik/, adj. —interferometrically, adv. —interferometry, n. /in'teuhr feuh rom"i teuhr/, n. 1. Optics. a device that separates a beam ...
interferometric
See interferometer. * * *
interferometrically
See interferometric. * * *
interferometry
See interferometric. * * *
interferon
/in'teuhr fear"on/, n. 1. Biochem. any of various proteins, produced by virus-infected cells, that inhibit reproduction of the invading virus and induce resistance to further ...
interfertile
—interfertility, n. /in'teuhr ferr"tl/, adj. Bot., Zool. able to interbreed. [1915-20; INTER- + FERTILE] * * *
interfertility
See interfertile. * * *
interfiber
adj. * * *
interfibrillar
/in'teuhr fuy"breuh leuhr/, adj. situated between fibrils. Also, interfibrillary /in'teuhr fuy"breuh ler'ee/. [1880-85; INTER- + FIBRILLAR] * * *
interfibrous
adj. * * *
interfilar
adj. * * *
interfile
/in'teuhr fuyl"/, v.t., interfiled, interfiling. to combine two or more similarly arranged sets of items, as cards or documents, into a single file. [1945-50; INTER- + FILE1] * * ...
interfilling
/in"teuhr fil'ing/, n. Building Trades. a filling of materials, as brickwork between studs. [INTER- + FILLING] * * *
interfiltrate
v.t., interfiltrated, interfiltrating. * * *
interfinger
/in'teuhr fing"geuhr/, v.i. Geol. (of sedimentary rocks) to change laterally from one type to another in a zone where the two types form interpenetrating wedges. [1970-75; INTER- ...
interfirm
adj. * * *
interflow
v. /in'teuhr floh"/; n. /in"teuhr floh'/, v.i. 1. to flow into each other; intermingle. n. 2. an interflowing. [1600-10; INTER- + FLOW] * * *
interfluent
—interfluence, n. /in'teuhr flooh"euhnt/, adj. flowing into one another; intermingling. [1645-55; < L interfluent- (s. of interfluens). See INTER-, FLUENT] * * *
interfluve
—interfluvial, adj. /in"teuhr floohv'/, n. the land area separating adjacent stream valleys. [1900-05; back formation from interfluvial lying between streams. See INTER-, ...
interfluvial
See interfluve. * * *
interfold
/in'teuhr fohld"/, v.t. to fold one within another; fold together. [1570-80; INTER- + FOLD1] * * *
interfoliaceous
/in'teuhr foh'lee ay"sheuhs/, adj. Bot. situated between leaves, esp. opposite leaves. Also, interfoliar /in'teuhr foh"lee euhr/. [1750-60; INTER- + FOLIACEOUS] * * *
interforce
n. * * *
interfraternal
adj.; interfraternally, adv. * * *
interfraternity
adj. * * *
interfrontal
adj. * * *
interfulgent
adj. * * *
interfunction
adj. * * *
interfuse
—interfusion, n. /in'teuhr fyoohz"/, v., interfused, interfusing. v.t. 1. to intersperse, intermingle, or permeate with something. 2. to blend or fuse, one with another. 3. to ...
intergalactic
/in'teuhr geuh lak"tik/, adj. of, existing, or occurring in the space between galaxies: The science-fiction movie was about an intergalactic war. [1925-30; INTER- + GALACTIC] * * ...
intergalactically
See intergalactic. * * *
intergang
adj. * * *
interganglionic
adj. * * *
intergenerating
adj. * * *
intergenerational
/in'teuhr jen'euh ray"sheuh nl/, adj. of, pertaining to, or for individuals in different generations or age categories: intergenerational housing. [1970-75; INTER- + GENERATION + ...
intergenerative
adj. * * *
intergeneric
/in'teuhr jeuh ner"ik/, adj. occurring between different genera. [1920-25; INTER- + GENERIC] * * *
intergilt
adj. * * *
interglacial
/in'teuhr glay"sheuhl/, adj. Geol. occurring or formed between times of glacial action. [1865-70; INTER- + GLACIAL] * * *
interglandular
adj. * * *
interglobular
adj. * * *
interglyph
/in"teuhr glif'/, n. Archit. a surface between two grooves, as on a triglyph. [1870-75; INTER- + GLYPH] * * *
intergonidial
adj. * * *
intergossip
v., intergossiped or intergossipped, intergossiping. * * *
intergovernmental
/in'teuhr guv'euhrn men"tl, -euhr men"-/, adj. involving two or more governments or levels of government. [1925-30; INTER- + GOVERNMENTAL] * * *
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
▪ United Nations panel        United Nations panel established by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) in ...
intergovernmentally
See intergovernmental. * * *
intergradation
—intergradational, adj. /in'teuhr gray day"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act or process of intergrading or the state of being intergraded. 2. an evolutionary process by which different ...
intergrade
n. /in"teuhr grayd'/; v. /in'teuhr grayd"/, n., v., intergraded, intergrading. n. 1. an intermediate grade, form, stage, etc. v.i. 2. to merge gradually, one into another, as ...
intergraft
v.i. * * *
intergranular
/in'teuhr gran"yeuh leuhr/, adj. located or occurring between granules or grains: intergranular corrosion. [1930-35; INTER- + GRANULAR] * * *
intergrapple
v., intergrappled, intergrappling. * * *
intergroup
/in"teuhr groohp"/, adj. Sociol. taking place or being between groups: intergroup relationships. [1880-85; INTER- + GROUP] * * *
intergrowth
/in"teuhr grohth'/, n. growth or growing together, as of one thing with or into another. [1835-45; INTER- + GROWTH] * * *
intergular
adj. * * *
intergyral
adj. * * *
interhemal
adj. * * *
interhemispheric
/in'teuhr hem'euh sfer"ik/, adj. of, pertaining to, or between hemispheres, as of the earth: interhemispheric cooperation. [1880-85; INTER- + HEMISPHERIC] * * *
interhost
v.t. * * *
interhostile
adj. * * *
interhuman
adj. * * *
interhybridize
v.i., interhybridized, interhybridizing. * * *
interim
/in"teuhr euhm/, n. 1. an intervening time; interval; meantime: in the interim. 2. a temporary or provisional arrangement; stopgap; makeshift. 3. (cap.) Ch. Hist. any of three ...
interimperial
adj. * * *
interindicate
v.t., interindicated, interindicating. * * *
interindividual
adj. * * *
interindustry
adj. * * *
interinfluence
v., interinfluenced, interinfluencing. * * *
interinhibitive
adj. * * *
interinsert
v.t. * * *
interinstitutional
adj.; interinstitutionally, adv. * * *


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