interact

suomi-englanti sanakirja

interact englannista suomeksi

  1. vuorovaikuttaa, olla vuorovaikutuksessa

  1. Verbi

  2. olla vuorovaikutuksessa">olla vuorovaikutuksessa, vuorovaikuttaa

  3. Substantiivi

interact englanniksi

  1. To act upon each other.

  2. To engage in communication and other shared activities (''with'' someone).

  3. (usex)

  4. To affect each other.

  5. (ux)

  6. 1921, (w), ''Queen Victoria,'' London: Collins, 1958, Chapter(nbs)3, p.(nbs)69,https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.226986

  7. The fortunes of the master and the servant, intimately interacting, rose together. The Baron’s secret skill had given Leopold his unexceptionable kingdom; and Leopold, in his turn, as time went on, was able to furnish the Baron with more and more keys to more and more back doors.
  8. 1962, (w), ''(w),'' Boston: Houghton Mifflin, Chapter 3, pp.(nbs)31-32,https://www.fadedpage.com/books/20151002/html.php

  9. It is now known that many pairs of organic phosphate insecticides are highly dangerous, the toxicity being stepped up or “potentiated” through the combined action. (..) Residues well within the legally permissible limits may interact.
  10. A short act or piece between others, as in a play; a break between acts.

  11. (syn)

  12. 1912, (w), London: Chapman & Hall, Chapter 8, pp.(nbs)108-109,https://archive.org/details/playmakingmanual00archiala

  13. (..) the flight of time is best indicated by an interact. When the curtain is down, the action on the stage remains, as it were, in suspense. The audience lets its attention revert to the affairs of real life; and it is quite willing, when the mimic world is once more revealed, to suppose that any reasonable space of time has elapsed (..)
  14. 1980, Mary Chan, ''Music in the Theatre of (w),'' Oxford: Clarendon, Part 1, Chapter 1, p.(nbs)15,https://archive.org/details/musicintheatreof0000chan

  15. The play gives detailed descriptions of the instruments used in the interact music (..)
  16. Intermediate employment or time.

  17. 1750, (w), ''Letters Written (..) to His Son,'' London: P. Dodsley, 10th edition, 1792, Volume 2, Letter 219, p.(nbs)344,https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009777063

  18. Play, in good company, is only play, and not gaming; not deep, and consequently not dangerous nor dishonourable. It is only the inter-acts of other amusements.
  19. A pair or series of acts involving more than one person.

  20. 1975, Ralph Webb, Jr., ''Interpersonal Speech Communication: Principles and Practices,'' Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Chapter 1, pp.(nbs)23-24,https://archive.org/details/interpersonalspe00webb

  21. Inasmuch as it is impossible to analyze the contents of an entire interpersonal relationship, it is helpful to conceptualize a given communication event as consisting of a series of ''subevents''. Any one subevent may be pulled out as a basic unit for analysis in the study of interpersonal communication; this basic unit may then be called an ''interact''. (..) each interact is a distinctive attempt to conceal, repeat, or disclose information and/or to influence the relationship.
  22. 1991, Michael Z. Hackman and Craig E. Johnson, ''Leadership: A Communication Perspective,'' Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, Chapter 6, p.(nbs)123,https://archive.org/details/leadershipcommun00hack

  23. As they listened to groups communicate, Fisher and his coworkers noted what each group member said (labeled a act) and how the next person responded. This pairing of speech acts is called an interact.