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 Meanings and Examples of INTERACTION
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interaction
 n.  communication; a mutual or reciprocal action; interacting
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1  Informal interaction among employees is seen as part of the ongoing training process.
2  Games and songs provide the perfect opportunity for classroom interaction and language development.
3  Language games are usually intended to encourage student interaction.
4  Specific patterns of interaction in the family have been observed.
5  His interaction with the actors is almost nil, which is fine with Freeman.
6  He predicted that gravitational interaction caused light from stars beyond the sun to deviate or swerve from a straight path as it passed the sun.
7  Spatial interaction is a dynamic flow process from one location to another.
8  Only two months ago, there was much criticism of the founders who organized the floatation and continued to interact with Wall Street.
9  These two chemicals interact with each other at a certain temperature to produce a substance which could cause an explosion.
10  In philosophy, systems theory and the sciences, emergence refers to the way complex systems and patterns arise out of a multiplicity of relatively simple interactions.
11  The harm and benefit in parasitic interactions concern the biological fitness of the organisms involved.
12  The social media rampage is a big boost for social networks, giving the insight of interactivity abilities within social networks.
13  The technology can be used to produce interactive educational programs.
14  The stronger argument is a functional one, that brains do not respond to damage like typical interactive systems.
15  The centerpiece is a boat ride through an elaborate interactive stage set of picturesque slums and their associated smells, to conjure up an illusion of real Victorian life - and misery.