A short act or piece between others, as in a play; an interlude; hence, intermediate employment or time. (noun)
To act upon each other; as, two agentsmutually interact. (verb)
Examples of word interact
But if I had to choose it would be the Montgommerys and the Taggarts from Jude Deveraux I think, the way those families interact is fantastic reading and I wouldn't mind seeing that in reality.
As with trial testimony, job interviews, and blind dates, seeing people interact is the only way to understand what is going on.
Yahoo BrowserPlus, the technology platform from Yahoo that lets desktop and web applications interact, is going open source.
How he and Tavi interact is integral to the story, and needs to be developed even further.
His inability to interact is awkwardly veiled under his professed love and concern for the world.
Doug Cummings on The Girl Who Leapt Through Time: While [director Mamoru] Hosoda draws a lot of rich humor and observant drama from the setup - his depiction of the random, combustible way teenagers physically move and interact is especially observant - the plotting may actually be too clever by half, resulting in a breathless, looping final act whose logic frankly lost me ....
One way to see how a number of these themes interact is to look at a specialized type of clothing that, because it was relatively new and marginal, was subject to significant personal interpretation.