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interpretable
See interpretability. * * *
interpretableness
See interpretability. * * *
interpretation
—interpretational, adj. /in terr'pri tay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of interpreting; elucidation; explication: This writer's work demands interpretation. 2. an explanation of the ...
interpretational
See interpretation. * * *
interpretative
—interpretatively, adv. /in terr"pri tay'tiv/, adj. interpretive. [1560-70; < L interpretat(us) ptp. of interpretari to INTERPRET + -IVE] * * *
interpretatively
See interpretative. * * *
interpreter
/in terr"pri teuhr/, n. 1. a person who interprets. 2. a person who provides an oral translation between speakers who speak different languages. 3. Computers. a. hardware or ...
interpretive
—interpretively, adv. /in terr"pri tiv/, adj. 1. serving to interpret; explanatory. 2. deduced by interpretation. 3. made because of interpretation: an interpretive distortion ...
interpretively
See interpretive. * * *
interprismatic
adj. * * *
interproduce
v.t., interproduced, interproducing. * * *
interprofessional
adj.; interprofessionally, adv. * * *
interprovincial
adj. * * *
interproximal
adj. * * *
interpsychic
adj. * * *
interpterygoid
adj. * * *
interpubic
adj. * * *
interpulmonary
adj. * * *
interpupillary
/in'teuhr pyooh"peuh ler'ee/, adj. Anat. between the pupils of the eyes: interpupillary distance. [1905-10; INTER- + PUPILLARY2] * * *
interquarrel
v.i., interquarreled, interquarreling or (esp. Brit.) interquarrelled, interquarrelling. * * *
interquarter
n. * * *
interquartile range
/in'teuhr kwawr"tuyl, -til/, Statistics. the range of values of a frequency distribution between the first and third quartiles. [1880-85; INTER- + QUARTILE] * * *
interrace
adj. * * *
interracial
—interracially, adv. /in'teuhr ray"sheuhl/, adj. of, involving, or for members of different races: interracial amity. [1885-90; INTER- + RACIAL] * * *
interracialism
/in'teuhr ray"sheuh liz'euhm/, n. action or policy for establishing equality and cooperation between different racial groups. [1930-35; INTERRACIAL + -ISM] * * *
interradial
—interradially, adv. /in'teuhr ray"dee euhl/, adj. situated between the radii or rays: interradial petals. [1865-70; INTER- + RADIAL] * * *
interradiate
v.i., interradiated, interradiating. * * *
interrailway
adj. * * *
interramal
adj. * * *
interreceive
v.t., interreceived, interreceiving. * * *
interrecord gap
/in"teuhr rek"euhrd/, Computers. the area or space separating consecutive physical records of data on an external storage medium. Cf. interblock gap. [INTER- + RECORD] * * *
interreflect
v. * * *
interregimental
adj. * * *
interregional
adj.; interregionally, adv. * * *
interregnal
See interregnum. * * *
interregnum
—interregnal, adj. /in'teuhr reg"neuhm/, n., pl. interregnums, interregna /-neuh/. 1. an interval of time between the close of a sovereign's reign and the accession of his or ...
interreign
v.i. * * *
interrelate
/in'teuhr ri layt"/, v.t., v.i., interrelated, interrelating. to bring or enter into reciprocal relation. [1885-90; back formation from INTERRELATED] * * *
interrelated
—interrelatedly, adv. —interrelatedness, n. /in'teuhr ri lay"tid/, adj. reciprocally or mutually related: an interrelated series of experiments. [1820-30; INTER- + RELATED] * ...
interrelatedness
See interrelate. * * *
interrelation
—interrelationship, n. /in'teuhr ri lay"sheuhn/, n. reciprocal relation. [1840-50; INTER- + RELATION] * * *
interrelationship
See interrelatedness. * * *
interreligious
—interreligiously, adv. /in'teuhr ri lij"euhs/, adj. existing or communicating between different religions. [1890-95; INTER- + RELIGIOUS] * * *
interrenal
adj. * * *
interrepellent
adj. * * *
interresist
v. * * *
interreticular
adj. * * *
interrex
/in"teuhr reks'/, n., pl. interreges /in'teuhr ree"jeez/. a person holding supreme authority in a state during an interregnum. [1570-80; < L; see INTER-, REX] * * * ▪ ancient ...
interrhyme
v.i., interrhymed, interrhyming. * * *
interroad
adj. * * *
interrobang
/in ter"euh bang'/, n. a printed punctuation mark available only in some typefaces, designed to combine the question mark (?) and the exclamation point (!), indicating a mixture ...
interrog.
1. interrogation. 2. interrogative. * * *
interrogate
—interrogable /in ter"euh geuh beuhl/, adj. —interrogatingly, adv. —interrogee /in ter'euh gee"/, n. /in ter"euh gayt'/, v., interrogated, interrogating. v.t. 1. to ask ...
interrogation
—interrogational, adj. /in ter'euh gay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of interrogating; questioning. 2. an instance of being interrogated: He seemed shaken after his interrogation. 3. ...
interrogation mark
interrogation mark or interrogation point n. QUESTION MARK * * *
Interrogation of the Old Men, The
▪ Irish literature Irish  Agallamh Na Seanórach , also called  Dialogue of the Ancients or Colloquy of the Ancients        in Irish literature, the preeminent ...
interrogation point.
See question mark. Also called interrogation mark. [1590-1600] * * *
interrogational
See interrogation. * * *
interrogationpoint
interrogation point n. See question mark. * * *
interrogative
—interrogatively, adv. /in'teuh rog"euh tiv/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or conveying a question. 2. Gram. forming, constituting, or used in or to form a question: an ...
interrogatively
See interrogative. * * *
interrogator
/in ter"euh gay'teuhr/, n. 1. a person who interrogates. 2. Also called challenger. Radio. a transmitter that emits a signal to trigger a transponder. [1745-55; < LL ...
interrogator-responsor
/in ter"euh gay'teuhr ri spon'seuhr/, n. Electronics. a radio or radar transceiver for sending a signal to a transponder and receiving and interpreting the reply. [1945-50] * * *
interrogatorily
See interrogatory. * * *
interrogatory
—interrogatorily /in'teuh rog"euh tawr'euh lee, -tohr'-, -rog'euh tawr"-, -tohr"-/, adv. /in'teuh rog"euh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj., n., pl. interrogatories. adj. 1. conveying ...
interrow
adj. * * *
interrule
v.t., interruled, interruling. * * *
interrun
v.t., interran, interrun, interrunning. * * *
interrupt
—interruptedly, adv. —interruptedness, n. —interruptible, adj. —interruptive, adj. v. /in'teuh rupt"/; n. /in"teuh rupt'/, v.t. 1. to cause or make a break in the ...
interrupted
/in'teuh rup"tid/, adj. Bot. having an irregular or discontinuous arrangement, as of leaflets along a stem. [INTERRUPT + -ED2] * * *
interrupted fern
a tall fern, Osmunda claytoniana, of eastern North America and eastern Asia, having an interruption of growth in the center of some fronds. Also called Clayton fern. * * *
interrupted screw
a screw having the thread interrupted in one or more places by longitudinal channels, as in the breech of a cannon or the lead screw of a lathe. * * *
interrupter
/in'teuh rup"teuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that interrupts. 2. Elect. a device for interrupting or periodically opening and closing a circuit, as in a doorbell. Also, ...
interruptible
See interrupt. * * *
interruption
/in'teuh rup"sheuhn/, n. 1. an act or instance of interrupting. 2. the state of being interrupted. 3. something that interrupts. 4. cessation; intermission. [1350-1400; ME ...
interruptive
See interruptible. * * *
intersale
n. * * *
intersalute
v.i., intersaluted, intersaluting. * * *
intersample
n., adj., v.t., intersampled, intersampling. * * *
interscapular
/in'teuhr skap"yeuh leuhr/, adj. Anat., Zool. between the scapulae or shoulder blades. [1715-25; INTER- + SCAPULAR] * * *
interscene
n. * * *
interscholastic
/in'teuhr skeuh las"tik/, adj. between schools, or representative of different schools, esp. secondary schools: interscholastic athletics. [1895-1900; INTER- + SCHOLASTIC] * * *
interscholastically
See interscholastic. * * *
interschool
n. * * *
interscience
adj. * * *
interscribe
v.t., interscribed, interscribing. * * *
interse
in·ter se (ĭn'tər sēʹ, sāʹ) adv. & adj. Between or among themselves.   [Latin inter sē: inter, between + sē, themselves.] * * *
interseaboard
adj. * * *
intersect
/in'teuhr sekt"/, v.t. 1. to cut or divide by passing through or across: The highway intersects the town. v.i. 2. to cross, as lines or wires. 3. Geom. to have one or more points ...
intersectant
/in'teuhr sek"teuhnt/, adj. intersecting: an intersectant road. [1860-65; INTERSECT + -ANT] * * *
intersecting arcade.
See interlacing arcade. [1780-90] * * *
intersection
—intersectional, adj. /in'teuhr sek"sheuhn/, n. 1. a place where two or more roads meet, esp. when at least one is a major highway; junction. 2. any place of intersection or ...
intersectional
intersectional [in΄tər sek′shə nəl] adj. 1. of or forming an intersection 2. between sections or regions [intersectional games] * * *
intersegment
n., adj. * * *
intersegmental
adj. * * *
interseminal
adj. * * *
interseminate
v.t., interseminated, interseminating. * * *
intersensory
adj. * * *
interseptal
/in'teuhr sep"tl/, adj. situated between septa. [1840-50; INTER- + SEPTAL] * * *
interservice
interservice [in΄tər sʉr′vis, in′tər sʉr΄vis] adj. between or among branches of the armed forces * * *
intersesamoid
adj. * * *
intersession
/in"teuhr sesh'euhn/, n. a period between two academic terms. [1930-35; INTER- + SESSION] * * *
intersessional
See intersession. * * *
interset
v.t., interset, intersetting. * * *
intersex
/in"teuhr seks'/, n. Biol. an individual displaying sexual characteristics of both male and female. [1915-20; back formation from INTERSEXUAL] * * * ▪ biology       in ...
intersexual
—intersexuality, intersexualism, n. —intersexually, adv. /in'teuhr sek"shooh euhl/ or, esp. Brit., /-seks"yooh-/, adj. 1. existing between the sexes; done or used by both ...
intersexuality
See intersexual. * * *
intersexually
See intersexuality. * * *
intershade
v.t., intershaded, intershading. * * *
intershifting
adj. * * *
intershock
v. * * *
intershoot
v., intershot, intershooting. * * *
intershop
adj. * * *
intersite
adj. * * *
intersituate
v.t., intersituated, intersituating. * * *
intersocial
adj. * * *
intersocietal
adj. * * *
intersociety
adj. * * *
intersoil
v.t. * * *
intersole
v.t., intersoled, intersoling. * * *
intersoluble
adj. * * *
intersonant
adj. * * *
interspace
—interspatial /in'teuhr spay"sheuhl/, adj. —interspatially, adv. n. /in"teuhr spays'/; v. /in'teuhr spays"/, n., v., interspaced, interspacing. n. 1. a space between ...
interspatial
See interspace. * * *
interspecial
adj. * * *
interspecies
/in'teuhr spee"sheez, -seez/, adj. existing or occurring between species. Also, interspecific /in'teuhr spi sif"ik/. [1915-20; INTER- + SPECIES] * * *
interspecific
interspecific [in΄tər spə sif′ik] adj. between species * * * in·ter·spe·cif·ic (ĭn'tər-spĭ-sĭfʹĭk) adj. Arising or occurring between species. * * *
intersperse
—interspersedly /in'teuhr sperr"sid lee/, adv. —interspersion /in'teuhr sperr"zheuhn/ or, esp. Brit., /-sheuhn/, interspersal, n. /in'teuhr sperrs"/, v.t., interspersed, ...
interspersedly
See intersperse. * * *
interspersion
See interspersedly. * * *
interspheral
adj. * * *
interspicular
adj. * * *
interspinal
adj. * * *
interspinous
adj. * * *
intersporal
adj. * * *
interspousal
adj.; interspousally, adv. * * *
intersprinkle
v.t., intersprinkled, intersprinkling. * * *
intersqueeze
v.t., intersqueezed, intersqueezing. * * *
interstade
/in"teuhr stayd'/, n. Geol. a period of temporary retreat of ice during a glacial stage; a warming period. Also, interstadial /in'teuhr stay"dee euhl/. [INTER- + STADE] * * *
interstadial
interstadial [in΄tər stā′dē əl] adj. of a relatively warm period during a glacial epoch, when glaciers temporarily stop or retreat * * *
interstage
adj. * * *
interstaminal
adj. * * *
interstate
adj. /in'teuhr stayt"/; n. /in"teuhr stayt'/, adj. 1. connecting or involving different states: interstate commerce. n. 2. a highway serving two or more states. 3. (sometimes ...
interstate commerce
In the U.S., any commercial transaction or traffic that crosses state boundaries or that involves more than one state. Government regulation of interstate commerce is founded on ...
Interstate Commerce Commission
U.S. Govt. a board, consisting of seven members, that supervises and regulates all carriers, except airplanes, engaged in interstate commerce. Abbr.: I.C.C., ICC * * * ▪ ...
Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC)
(1887–1995) First regulatory agency established in the U.S. and a prototype for independent government regulatory bodies. An agency of the U.S. Department of Transportation, ...
interstate highway
➡ interstate * * *
Interstate Highway System
a network of U.S. highways connecting the 48 contiguous states and most of the cities with populations above 50,000, begun in the 1950s and estimated to carry about a fifth of ...
interstation
adj. * * *
interstellar
/in'teuhr stel"euhr/, adj. Astron. situated or occurring between the stars: interstellar dust. [1620-30; INTER- + STELLAR] * * *
interstellar medium
Content of the region between the stars, including vast, diffuse clouds of gases and minute solid particles. Such tenuous matter in the Milky Way Galaxy accounts for about 5% of ...
interstice
—intersticed, adj. /in terr"stis/, n., pl. interstices /-steuh seez', -steuh siz/. 1. an intervening space. 2. a small or narrow space or interval between things or parts, esp. ...
interstimulate
v.t., interstimulated, interstimulating. * * *
interstimulus
n., pl. interstimuli. * * *
interstitial
—interstitially, adv. /in'teuhr stish"euhl/, adj. 1. pertaining to, situated in, or forming interstices. 2. Anat. situated between the cells of a structure or part: ...
interstitial-cell-stimulating hormone
/in"teuhr stish"euhl sel"stim'yeuh lay'ting/, Biochem. See ICSH. * * *
interstitially
See interstitial. * * *
interstock
/in"teuhr stok'/, n. Hort. a stock grafted between the understock and the scion. [INTER- + STOCK] * * *
interstrain
n. * * *
interstrand
n., adj. * * *
interstratify
—interstratification, n. /in'teuhr strat"euh fuy'/, v., interstratified, interstratifying. v.i. 1. to lie in interposed or alternate strata. v.t. 2. to interlay with or ...
interstreak
v.t. * * *
interstream
adj. * * *
interstreet
adj. * * *
interstrial
adj. * * *
interstrive
v.i., interstrove, interstriven, interstriving. * * *
intersubjective
/in'teuhr seuhb jek"tiv/, adj. Philos. comprehensible to, relating to, or used by a number of persons, as a concept or language. [1895-1900; INTER- + SUBJECTIVE] * * *
intersystem
adj. * * *
intersystematic
adj. * * *
intersystematical
adj.; intersystematically, adv. * * *
intertalk
v.i. * * *
intertangle
v.t., intertangled, intertangling. * * *
intertarsal
adj. * * *
interteam
adj. * * *
intertentacular
adj. * * *
intertergal
adj. * * *
interterm
adj. * * *
interterminal
adj. * * *
interterritorial
/in'teuhr ter'i tawr"ee euhl, -tohr"-/, adj. existing between territories: interterritorial laws. [1885-90, Amer.; INTER- + TERRITORIAL] * * *
intertestamental
/in'teuhr tes'teuh men"tl/, adj. of or pertaining to the period between the close of the Old Testament and the beginning of the New Testament. [1925-30; INTER- + TESTAMENT + ...
intertextual
adj.; intertextually, adv. * * *
intertextuality
See intertextual. * * *
intertextually
See intertextuality. * * *
intertexture
/in'teuhr teks"cheuhr/, n. 1. the act of interweaving or the condition of being interwoven. 2. something formed by interweaving. [1640-50; INTER- + TEXTURE] * * *
interthreaded
adj. * * *
interthronging
adj. * * *
intertidal
/in'teuhr tuyd"l/, adj. of or pertaining to the littoral region that is above the low-water mark and below the high-water mark. [1880-85; INTER- + TIDAL] * * *
intertidally
See intertidal. * * *
intertillage
/in'teuhr til"ij/, n. Agric. tillage between rows of crop plants. [1910-15; INTER- + TILLAGE] * * *
intertinge
v.t., intertinged, intertingeing or intertinging. * * *
intertissued
adj. * * *
intertitle
in·ter·ti·tle (ĭn'tər-tītʹl) n. A printed narration or portion of dialogue flashed on the screen between the scenes of a silent film. * * *
intertouch
v.i. * * *
intertown
adj. * * *
intertrabecular
adj. * * *
intertrace
v.t., intertraced, intertracing. * * *
intertrade
n., v., intertraded, intertrading. * * *
intertraffic
n., v., intertrafficked, intertrafficking. * * *
intertrial
adj. * * *
intertribal
/in'teuhr truy"beuhl/, adj. occurring between tribes: intertribal warfare. [1860-65; INTER- + TRIBAL] * * *
intertriglyph
/in'teuhr truy"glif'/, n. metope. [INTER- + TRIGLYPH] * * *
intertroop
adj. * * *
intertropical
/in'teuhr trop"i keuhl/, adj. situated or occurring between the tropic of Cancer and the tropic of Capricorn; tropical. [1785-95; INTER- + TROPICAL] * * *
intertropical convergence zone
▪ meteorology also called  equatorial convergence zone        belt of converging trade winds and rising air that encircles the Earth near the Equator. The rising air ...
intertuberal
adj. * * *
intertubercular
adj. * * *
intertubular
adj. * * *
intertwine
—intertwinement, n. —intertwiningly, adv. /in'teuhr twuyn"/, v.t., v.i., intertwined, intertwining. to twine together. [1635-45; INTER- + TWINE1] * * *
intertwinement
See intertwine. * * *
intertwist
—intertwistingly, adv. /in'teuhr twist"/, v.t., v.i. 1. to twist together. n. 2. the act of intertwisting or the condition of being intertwisted. [1650-60; INTER- + TWIST] * * *
Intertype
/in"teuhr tuyp'/, Trademark. a brand of typesetting machine similar to the Linotype. * * * ▪ typesetting machine       (trademark), typesetting machine similar to ...
interungular
adj. * * *
interungulate
adj. * * *
interunion
n., adj. * * *
interunit
adj. * * *
interuniversity
adj. * * *
interurban
/in'teuhr err"beuhn/, adj. 1. of, located in, or operating between two or more cities or towns. n. 2. a train, bus, etc., or a transportation system operating between ...
intervaginal
adj. * * *
interval
—intervalic, intervallic /in'teuhr val"ik/, adj. /in"teuhr veuhl/, n. 1. an intervening period of time: an interval of 50 years. 2. a period of temporary cessation; pause: ...
interval estimate
Statistics. the interval used as an estimate in interval estimation; a confidence interval. * * *
interval estimation
Statistics. the process of estimating a parameter of a given population by specifying an interval of values and the probability that the true value of the parameter falls within ...
interval of convergence
Math. an interval associated with a given power series such that the series converges for all values of the variable inside the interval and diverges for all values outside it. ...
interval training
▪ sports       method of competitive training in which rest and exercise intervals of controlled duration are alternated. Rest intervals allow time for the athlete's ...
intervale
/in"teuhr vayl'/, n. Chiefly New Eng. a lowlying tract of land along a river. Also, interval. [var. of INTERVAL; by folk etym. taken as INTER- + VALE1] * * *
intervalic
See interval. * * *
intervalley
n. * * *
intervallic
See intervalic. * * *
intervalometer
/in'teuhr veuh lom"i teuhr/, n. an automatic device for operating the shutter of a camera at regular intervals, as in making aerial photographs. [1930-35; INTERVAL + -O- + ...
intervalvular
adj. * * *
intervarietal
adj. * * *
intervarsity
adj. * * *
intervary
v.i., intervaried, intervarying. * * *
intervascular
adj. * * *
intervein
v.t. * * *
interveinal
adj. * * *
interveinous
adj. * * *
intervene
/in'teuhr veen"/, v.i., intervened, intervening. 1. to come between disputing people, groups, etc.; intercede; mediate. 2. to occur or be between two things. 3. to occur or ...
intervener
See intervenor. * * *
intervenient
/in'teuhr veen"yeuhnt/, adj. 1. intervening, as in place, time, order, or action. 2. incidental; extraneous. n. 3. a person who intervenes. [1595-1605; < L intervenient- (s. of ...
intervening sequence
Genetics. intron. * * *
intervenor
/in'teuhr vee"neuhr/, n. a person who intervenes, esp. in a lawsuit. Also, intervener. [1615-25; INTERVENE + -OR2] * * *
intervention
—interventional, interventionary, adj. /in'teuhr ven"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act or fact of intervening. 2. interposition or interference of one state in the affairs of ...


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