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verb [intransitive] British English pronunciation: interact /ˌɪntərˈækt/ 
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he/she/itinteracts
present participleinteracting
past tenseinteracted
past participleinteracted
  1. 1
    if two or more people interact, or if one person interacts with another, they communicate with one another and react to one another, often while performing an activity together
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    In large classes, children feel that they cannot interact with the teacher properly.

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