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interacting


 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  interact 
 
  1  sense  of  interact 
 
  Sense  1 
  interact 
  =>  conspire,  collude 
  =>  communicate,  intercommunicate 
  =>  reach  out 
  =>  patronize,  patronise,  condescend 
  =>  communicate 
  =>  manipulate,  keep  in  line  control 
  =>  transact 
  =>  marginalize,  marginalise 
  =>  combine 
  =>  have 
  =>  invite,  pay  for 
  =>  socialize 
  =>  get  in  touch,  touch  base,  connect 
  =>  meet  gather,  assemble,  forgather,  foregather 
  =>  relate 
  =>  treat,  handle,  do  by 
  =>  intervene,  step  in  interfere,  interpose 
  =>  consort,  associate,  affiliate,  assort 
  =>  philander,  womanize,  womanise 
 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  interact 
 
  1  sense  of  interact 
 
  Sense  1 
  interact 
  =>  conspire,  collude 
  =>  communicate,  intercommunicate 
  =>  grimace,  make  a  face,  pull  a  face 
  =>  squint,  squinch,  cross  one's  eyes 
  =>  wince 
  =>  smile 
  =>  dimple 
  =>  grin 
  =>  beam 
  =>  smirk,  simper 
  =>  sneer 
  =>  frown,  glower,  lower 
  =>  scowl 
  =>  screw  up 
  =>  pout,  mop,  mow 
  =>  fingerspell 
  =>  aphorize 
  =>  riddle 
  =>  project 
  =>  reach,  get  through  get  hold  of  contact 
  =>  raise 
  =>  commune 
  =>  pray 
  =>  ask  inquire,  enquire 
  =>  pry 
  =>  consult,  confer  with 
  =>  telecommunicate 
  =>  call  telephone,  call  up  phone,  ring 
  =>  call  in 
  =>  telex 
  =>  cable,  telegraph,  wire 
  =>  fax,  telefax,  facsimile 
  =>  e-mail,  email,  netmail 
  =>  call 
  =>  inform 
  =>  wise  up 
  =>  teach,  learn,  instruct 
  =>  train,  develop,  prepare,  educate 
  =>  retrain 
  =>  drill 
  =>  housebreak 
  =>  toilet-train 
  =>  indoctrinate 
  =>  revolutionize,  revolutionise,  inspire,  infect 
  =>  brainwash 
  =>  drill 
  =>  hammer  in  drill  in  ram  down  beat  in 
  =>  inculcate,  instill,  infuse 
  =>  din 
  =>  catechize,  catechise 
  =>  reinforce,  reward 
  =>  spoonfeed 
  =>  tutor 
  =>  unteach 
  =>  unteach 
  =>  ground 
  =>  lecture,  talk 
  =>  preach,  prophesy 
  =>  evangelize,  evangelise 
  =>  coach,  train 
  =>  enlighten,  edify 
  =>  condition 
  =>  instruct,  apprise,  apprize 
  =>  direct 
  =>  point  the  way 
  =>  brief 
  =>  acquaint 
  =>  warn 
  =>  inform 
  =>  tell  evidence 
  =>  fill  in 
  =>  update 
  =>  misinform,  mislead 
  =>  lie 
  =>  romance 
  =>  perjure 
  =>  fib 
  =>  cover  up 
  =>  cover  for 
  =>  equivocate,  tergiversate,  prevaricate,  palter 
  =>  overstate,  exaggerate,  overdraw,  hyperbolize,  magnify,  amplify 
  =>  overemphasize,  overemphasise,  overstress 
  =>  boast,  tout,  swash,  shoot  a  line  brag,  gas,  blow,  bluster,  vaunt,  gasconade 
  =>  puff 
  =>  gloat,  triumph,  crow 
  =>  preen,  pride,  congratulate 
  =>  embroider,  pad,  lard,  embellish,  aggrandize,  aggrandise,  blow  up  dramatize,  dramatise 
  =>  glorify 
  =>  deceive,  betray,  lead  astray 
  =>  pose,  impersonate,  personate 
  =>  masquerade 
  =>  bamboozle,  snow,  hoodwink,  pull  the  wool  over  someone's  eyes,  lead  by  the  nose,  play  false 
  =>  gull,  dupe,  slang,  befool,  cod,  fool,  put  on  take  in  put  one  over  put  one  across 
  =>  pull  the  leg  of  kid 
  =>  understate,  minimize,  minimise 
  =>  trivialize,  trivialise 
  =>  denounce,  tell  on  betray,  give  away  rat,  grass,  peach,  shit,  shop,  snitch,  stag 
  =>  tip  off  sell  out 
  =>  undeceive 
  =>  warn 
  =>  forewarn,  previse 
  =>  caution,  admonish,  monish 
  =>  threaten 
  =>  offer 
  =>  alarm,  alert 
  =>  wake 
  =>  advise,  notify,  give  notice,  send  word  apprise,  apprize 
  =>  familiarize,  familiarise,  acquaint 
  =>  get  into 
  =>  prompt,  remind,  cue 
  =>  volunteer 
  =>  introduce,  present,  acquaint 
  =>  reacquaint 
  =>  reintroduce,  re-introduce 
  =>  present 
  =>  introduce,  bring  out 
  =>  regret 
  =>  fear 
  =>  indicate,  point,  show 
  =>  finger 
  =>  signalize,  point  out  call  attention 
  =>  reflect 
  =>  redound 
  =>  indicate 
  =>  read,  register,  show  record 
  =>  say 
  =>  show 
  =>  attest 
  =>  surcharge 
  =>  strike 
  =>  call 
  =>  indicate,  suggest 
  =>  nark 
  =>  explain,  explicate 
  =>  interpret 
  =>  deconstruct 
  =>  reinterpret,  re-explain 
  =>  commentate 
  =>  misinterpret 
  =>  gloss,  comment 
  =>  commentate 
  =>  account  for 
  =>  naturalize 
  =>  clarify,  clear  up  elucidate 
  =>  elaborate,  expatiate,  exposit,  enlarge,  flesh  out  expand,  expound,  dilate 
  =>  detail 
  =>  set  forth,  expound,  exposit 
  =>  describe,  depict,  draw 
  =>  represent 
  =>  delineate 
  =>  sketch,  outline,  adumbrate 
  =>  block  out 
  =>  premise 
  =>  exemplify,  illustrate,  instance 
  =>  specify,  particularize,  specialize 
  =>  spell  out 
  =>  disambiguate 
  =>  comment 
  =>  secondguess 
  =>  diskjockey,  DJ 
  =>  tell 
  =>  digress,  stray,  divagate,  wander 
  =>  bespeak,  betoken,  indicate,  point,  signal 
  =>  bode,  portend,  auspicate,  prognosticate,  omen,  presage,  betoken,  foreshadow,  augur,  foretell,  prefigure,  forecast,  predict 
  =>  threaten 
  =>  prophesy,  foreshow 
  =>  mark 
  =>  blaze 
  =>  dimension 
  =>  signpost 
  =>  signalize,  distinguish 
  =>  singularize 
  =>  buoy 
  =>  disclose,  let  on  bring  out  reveal,  discover,  expose,  declare,  divulge,  impart,  break,  give  away  let  out 
  =>  blackwash 
  =>  muckrake 
  =>  blow 
  =>  out 
  =>  come  out  of  the  closet,  out  come  out 
  =>  spring 
  =>  betray,  bewray 
  =>  confide 
  =>  unbosom,  relieve 
  =>  leak 
  =>  talk,  tattle,  blab,  peach,  babble,  sing,  babble  out  blab  out 
  =>  talk 
  =>  publicize,  publicise,  air,  bare 
  =>  bulletin 
  =>  publish,  bring  out  put  out  issue,  release 
  =>  circulate,  circularize,  circularise,  distribute,  disseminate,  propagate,  broadcast,  spread,  diffuse,  disperse,  pass  around 
  =>  sow,  sough 
  =>  popularize,  popularise,  vulgarize,  vulgarise 
  =>  carry,  run 
  =>  air,  send  broadcast,  beam,  transmit 
  =>  satellite 
  =>  sportscast 
  =>  telecast,  televise 
  =>  colorcast 
  =>  rerun,  rebroadcast 
  =>  repeat,  reiterate,  ingeminate,  iterate,  restate,  retell 
  =>  ditto 
  =>  harp,  dwell 
  =>  translate,  interpret,  render 
  =>  retranslate 
  =>  mistranslate 
  =>  gloss 
  =>  latinize,  Latinize 
  =>  paraphrase,  rephrase,  reword 
  =>  sum  up  summarize,  summarise,  resume 
  =>  abstract 
  =>  precis 
  =>  docket 
  =>  recapitulate,  recap 
  =>  retrograde,  rehash 
  =>  quote,  cite 
  =>  misquote 
  =>  propagandize,  propagandise 
  =>  announce,  annunciate,  harbinger,  foretell,  herald 
  =>  impart,  leave  give  pass  on 
  =>  tell  narrate,  recount,  spin,  recite 
  =>  relate 
  =>  yarn 
  =>  rhapsodize,  rhapsodise 
  =>  narrate 
  =>  report,  describe,  account 
  =>  report 
  =>  report,  cover 
  =>  announce,  denote 
  =>  denounce 
  =>  meld 
  =>  report 
  =>  check  in  sign  in 
  =>  check  out 
  =>  clock  out  punch  out  clock  off 
  =>  report 
  =>  cry,  blazon  out 
  =>  trump,  trump  out 
  =>  blare  out  blat  out 
  =>  call  out 
  =>  count  off 
  =>  advertise,  publicize,  advertize,  publicise 
  =>  headline 
  =>  ballyhoo 
  =>  post 
  =>  placard,  bill 
  =>  sound 
  =>  disabuse 
  =>  remonstrate,  point  out 
  =>  testify,  bear  witness,  prove,  evidence,  show 
  =>  attest,  certify,  manifest,  demonstrate,  evidence 
  =>  authenticate 
  =>  prove 
  =>  reflect 
  =>  reflect 
  =>  notarize 
  =>  adduce,  abduce,  cite 
  =>  joke,  jest 
  =>  gag,  quip 
  =>  horse  around  arse  around  fool  around  fool 
  =>  pun 
  =>  greet 
  =>  compliment 
  =>  address,  turn  to 
  =>  ask 
  =>  question,  query 
  =>  wonder,  inquire,  enquire 
  =>  request 
  =>  seek 
  =>  interpellate 
  =>  examine 
  =>  quiz,  test 
  =>  cross  examine,  cross  question 
  =>  catechize,  catechise 
  =>  pump 
  =>  check  out  sound  out  feel  out 
  =>  debrief 
  =>  interrogate,  question 
  =>  address,  call 
  =>  nod 
  =>  convey,  impart 
  =>  thank,  give  thanks 
  =>  acknowledge,  recognize,  recognise 
  =>  appreciate 
  =>  hint,  suggest 
  =>  intimate,  adumbrate,  insinuate 
  =>  clue  in 
  =>  allude,  touch,  advert 
  =>  say 
  =>  look 
  =>  flash 
  =>  breathe 
  =>  express,  show  evince 
  =>  sneer 
  =>  imply,  connote 
  =>  burst  out 
  =>  rip  out 
  =>  suggest,  evoke,  paint  a  picture 
  =>  smack,  reek 
  =>  incriminate,  imply,  inculpate 
  =>  imply 
  =>  presuppose 
  =>  suggest,  intimate 
  =>  make  out 
  =>  connote,  predicate 
  =>  give 
  =>  exude 
  =>  vent,  ventilate,  give  vent 
  =>  formulate,  word  phrase,  articulate 
  =>  ask 
  =>  lexicalize 
  =>  dogmatize 
  =>  formularize,  formularise 
  =>  frame,  redact,  cast,  put  couch 
  =>  stress,  emphasize,  emphasise,  punctuate,  accent,  accentuate 
  =>  background,  play  down 
  =>  wave  off 
  =>  soft-pedal 
  =>  bring  out  set  off 
  =>  pick  up 
  =>  foreground,  highlight,  spotlight,  play  up 
  =>  raise 
  =>  re-emphasise,  re-emphasize 
  =>  bear  down 
  =>  point  up 
  =>  drive  home,  ram  home,  press  home 
  =>  underscore,  underline,  emphasize,  emphasise 
  =>  menace 
  =>  beam 
  =>  smile 
  =>  mean  intend 
  =>  symbolize,  symbolise,  stand  for  represent 
  =>  embody,  be  personify 
  =>  body,  personify 
  =>  exemplify,  represent,  typify 
  =>  typify,  epitomize,  epitomise 
  =>  denote,  refer 
  =>  twist,  twist  around  pervert,  convolute,  sophisticate 
  =>  euphemize 
  =>  hark  back  return,  come  back  recall 
  =>  recur,  go  back 
  =>  name  identify 
  =>  enumerate,  itemize,  itemise 
  =>  list,  name 
  =>  number,  list 
  =>  announce 
  =>  apply 
  =>  slur 
  =>  express,  state 
  =>  vote 
  =>  vote 
  =>  vote 
  =>  signify 
  =>  spell,  import 
  =>  aim 
  =>  drive,  get  aim 
  =>  sign 
  =>  talk,  speak,  utter,  mouth,  verbalize 
  =>  read 
  =>  dictate 
  =>  call 
  =>  vocalize,  phonate 
  =>  troll 
  =>  begin 
  =>  lip  off  shoot  one's  mouth  off 
  =>  shout 
  =>  yell,  scream 
  =>  holler,  holler  out 
  =>  thunder,  roar 
  =>  bawl,  bellow 
  =>  whisper 
  =>  speak  up 
  =>  snap,  snarl 
  =>  enthuse 
  =>  rhapsodize,  rhapsodise 
  =>  speak  in  tongues 
  =>  swallow 
  =>  whiff 
  =>  talk  of  talk  about 
  =>  discuss,  talk  over 
  =>  negociate,  negotiate,  talk  terms 
  =>  intercede,  mediate,  intermediate,  liaise,  arbitrate 
  =>  treat 
  =>  horse-trade 
  =>  parley 
  =>  palaver 
  =>  dicker,  bargain 
  =>  haggle,  higgle,  chaffer,  huckster 
  =>  beat  down  bargain  down 
  =>  broker 
  =>  powwow 
  =>  debate,  deliberate 
  =>  consider,  debate,  moot,  turn  over  deliberate 
  =>  wrestle 
  =>  think  twice 
  =>  bandy,  kick  around 
  =>  moderate,  chair,  lead 
  =>  advise,  counsel 
  =>  urge,  urge  on  press,  exhort 
  =>  push  bear  on 
  =>  nudge 
  =>  bull,  bull  through 
  =>  preach,  advocate 
  =>  sermonize,  sermonise,  preachify,  moralize,  moralise 
  =>  dissuade,  deter 
  =>  talk  out  of 
  =>  warn,  discourage,  admonish,  monish 
  =>  tip  off 
  =>  misadvise,  misadvize,  misguide 
  =>  propound 
  =>  consult 
  =>  contraindicate 
  =>  confer,  confabulate,  confab,  consult 
  =>  collogue 
  =>  broach,  initiate 
  =>  cover,  treat,  handle,  plow,  deal  address 
  =>  theologize,  theologise 
  =>  discourse,  talk  about  discuss 
  =>  descant 
  =>  talk  shop 
  =>  spiel 
  =>  bandy  about 
  =>  thrash  out  hammer  out 
  =>  blaspheme 
  =>  blubber,  blubber  out 
  =>  drone,  drone  on 
  =>  bumble,  stutter,  stammer,  falter 
  =>  rasp 
  =>  blurt  out  blurt,  blunder  out  ejaculate 
  =>  inflect,  modulate 
  =>  deliver,  present 
  =>  speechify 
  =>  generalize,  generalise 
  =>  chatter,  piffle,  palaver,  prate,  tittle-tattle,  twaddle,  clack,  maunder,  prattle,  blab,  gibber,  tattle,  blabber,  gabble 
  =>  babble,  blather,  smatter,  blether,  blither 
  =>  chatter 
  =>  yack,  jaw,  yack  away  rattle  on  yap  away 
  =>  open  up 
  =>  snivel,  whine 
  =>  murmur 
  =>  coo 
  =>  susurrate 
  =>  mumble,  mutter,  maunder,  mussitate 
  =>  slur 
  =>  bark 
  =>  bay 
  =>  rant,  mouth  off  jabber,  spout,  rabbit  on  rave 
  =>  hiss,  sizz,  siss,  sibilate 
  =>  cackle 
  =>  babble 
  =>  chant,  intone 
  =>  gulp 
  =>  sing 
  =>  place 
  =>  troll 
  =>  croon 
  =>  chant,  intone,  intonate,  cantillate 
  =>  singsong 
  =>  yodel,  warble,  descant 
  =>  warble,  trill,  quaver 
  =>  treble 
  =>  hum 
  =>  belt  out  belt 
  =>  descant  on 
  =>  vocalize,  vocalise 
  =>  harmonize,  harmonise 
  =>  descant 
  =>  minstrel 
  =>  solmizate 
  =>  tweedle,  chirp 
  =>  choir,  chorus 
  =>  sing 
  =>  solmizate 
  =>  troll 
  =>  hymn 
  =>  carol 
  =>  madrigal 
  =>  talk,  speak 
  =>  continue,  go  on  carry  on  proceed 
  =>  segue 
  =>  ramble  on  ramble,  jog 
  =>  discourse 
  =>  pontificate 
  =>  orate 
  =>  talk  down 
  =>  spiel 
  =>  dogmatize 
  =>  cheek 
  =>  level 
  =>  talk  turkey 
  =>  monologuize,  soliloquize 
  =>  converse,  discourse 
  =>  argue,  contend,  debate,  fence 
  =>  stickle 
  =>  spar 
  =>  quibble,  niggle,  pettifog,  bicker,  squabble,  brabble 
  =>  quarrel,  dispute,  scrap,  argufy,  altercate 
  =>  brawl,  wrangle 
  =>  spat 
  =>  polemize,  polemicize,  polemicise 
  =>  fall  out 
  =>  oppose 
  =>  contest,  contend,  repugn 
  =>  challenge,  dispute,  gainsay 
  =>  call 
  =>  call 
  =>  interview,  question 
  =>  interview 
  =>  interview 
  =>  chat,  confabulate,  confab,  chitchat,  chatter,  chaffer,  natter,  gossip,  jaw,  claver,  visit 
  =>  shmooze,  shmoose,  schmooze,  schmoose,  jawbone 
  =>  chat  up  flirt,  dally,  butterfly,  coquet,  coquette,  romance,  philander,  mash 
  =>  wanton 
  =>  vamp 
  =>  gossip 
  =>  rumor,  rumour,  bruit 
  =>  rap 
  =>  speak,  talk 
  =>  run  on 
  =>  smatter 
  =>  slang 
  =>  gesticulate,  gesture,  motion 
  =>  wink 
  =>  stretch  out  put  out  extend,  hold  out  stretch  forth 
  =>  hyperextend 
  =>  shrug 
  =>  clap,  spat 
  =>  applaud,  clap,  spat,  acclaim 
  =>  bravo 
  =>  bless,  sign 
  =>  nod 
  =>  cross  oneself 
  =>  bow,  bow  down 
  =>  congee,  conge 
  =>  shake 
  =>  beckon,  wave 
  =>  telepathize 
  =>  write 
  =>  apostrophize 
  =>  encode,  code,  encipher,  cipher,  cypher,  encrypt,  inscribe,  write  in  code 
  =>  rewrite 
  =>  decode,  decrypt,  decipher 
  =>  transliterate,  transcribe 
  =>  Romanize,  Latinize,  Latinise,  latinise 
  =>  braille 
  =>  transcribe 
  =>  revise,  revize 
  =>  amend 
  =>  sign,  subscribe 
  =>  rubricate 
  =>  dot 
  =>  type  typewrite 
  =>  backspace 
  =>  double-space 
  =>  triple-space 
  =>  touch-type 
  =>  handwrite 
  =>  jot  down  jot 
  =>  scribble,  scrabble 
  =>  write  down  set  down  get  down  put  down 
  =>  transcribe 
  =>  dash  down  dash  off 
  =>  note,  take  down 
  =>  write  out  issue,  make  out  cut 
  =>  check 
  =>  write  up 
  =>  radio 
  =>  write 
  =>  network 
  =>  sign,  signal,  signalize 
  =>  wigwag 
  =>  semaphore 
  =>  heliograph 
  =>  flag 
  =>  whistle 
  =>  semaphore 
  =>  whistle 
  =>  give  throw 
  =>  give  pay 
  =>  offer,  extend 
  =>  give  render 
  =>  dedicate 
  =>  inscribe 
  =>  carry,  convey,  express 
  =>  quantify,  measure 
  =>  scale 
  =>  meter 
  =>  pace 
  =>  clock,  time 
  =>  mistime 
  =>  fathom,  sound 
  =>  titrate 
  =>  plumb 
  =>  weigh 
  =>  heft 
  =>  issue 
  =>  come  across  come  over 
  =>  share 
  =>  get 
  =>  reach  out 
  =>  draw  out 
  =>  patronize,  patronise,  condescend 
  =>  stoop  to 
  =>  communicate 
  =>  manipulate,  keep  in  line  control 
  =>  tease 
  =>  ingratiate 
  =>  cozy  up  cotton  up  shine  up  play  up  sidle  up  suck  up 
  =>  transact 
  =>  deal  sell  trade 
  =>  push 
  =>  deal 
  =>  black  marketeer 
  =>  pyramid 
  =>  market 
  =>  peddle,  monger,  huckster,  hawk,  vend,  pitch 
  =>  turn  over 
  =>  bank 
  =>  marginalize,  marginalise 
  =>  combine 
  =>  summate 
  =>  have 
  =>  invite,  pay  for 
  =>  socialize 
  =>  swing,  get  around 
  =>  fraternize,  fraternise 
  =>  hobnob,  hang  out 
  =>  entertain 
  =>  host 
  =>  feast,  banquet,  junket 
  =>  wine  and  dine 
  =>  emcee,  compere 
  =>  amuse,  divert,  disport 
  =>  get  in  touch,  touch  base,  connect 
  =>  meet  gather,  assemble,  forgather,  foregather 
  =>  group  aggroup 
  =>  team,  team  up 
  =>  gang,  gang  up 
  =>  brigade 
  =>  meet 
  =>  meet  up  with 
  =>  convene 
  =>  reconvene 
  =>  sit 
  =>  converge 
  =>  concentrate 
  =>  caucus 
  =>  club 
  =>  relate 
  =>  oblige,  bind,  hold 
  =>  pledge 
  =>  article 
  =>  indenture 
  =>  tie  down 
  =>  connect 
  =>  disrespect 
  =>  transgress,  offend,  infract,  violate,  go  against,  breach,  break 
  =>  sin 
  =>  fall 
  =>  sin,  blunder,  boob,  goof 
  =>  conflict,  run  afoul,  infringe,  contravene 
  =>  trespass 
  =>  trespass,  intrude 
  =>  break  in  break 
  =>  mesh 
  =>  take  back 
  =>  get  along  with  get  on  with  get  on  get  along 
  =>  bind,  tie,  bond 
  =>  befriend 
  =>  pal,  pal  up  chum  up 
  =>  treat,  handle,  do  by 
  =>  mock,  bemock 
  =>  tease,  razz,  rag,  cod,  tantalize,  tantalise,  bait,  taunt,  twit,  rally,  ride 
  =>  jeer,  scoff,  flout,  barrack,  gibe 
  =>  kid,  chaff,  jolly,  banter 
  =>  ridicule,  guy,  blackguard,  laugh  at  jest  at  rib,  make  fun,  poke  fun 
  =>  satirize,  satirise,  lampoon 
  =>  debunk,  expose 
  =>  unmask,  uncloak 
  =>  stultify 
  =>  deride 
  =>  catcall 
  =>  ignore,  disregard,  snub,  cut 
  =>  wrong 
  =>  aggrieve 
  =>  sandbag 
  =>  victimize,  victimise 
  =>  cheat,  beat  rip  off  chisel 
  =>  gazump 
  =>  cozen 
  =>  overcharge,  soak,  surcharge,  gazump,  fleece,  plume,  pluck,  rob,  hook 
  =>  extort,  rack,  gouge,  wring 
  =>  bleed 
  =>  swindle,  rook,  goldbrick,  nobble,  diddle,  bunco,  defraud,  scam,  mulct,  gyp,  con 
  =>  short-change,  short 
  =>  bilk 
  =>  whipsaw 
  =>  welsh 
  =>  juggle,  beguile,  hoodwink 
  =>  deceive,  lead  on  delude,  cozen 
  =>  betray,  sell 
  =>  double  cross 
  =>  cheat,  chisel 
  =>  job 
  =>  shark 
  =>  rig,  set  up 
  =>  cozen 
  =>  crib 
  =>  fudge,  manipulate,  fake,  falsify,  cook,  wangle,  misrepresent 
  =>  juggle 
  =>  shill 
  =>  trick,  fob,  fox,  pull  a  fast  one  on  play  a  trick  on 
  =>  snooker 
  =>  fool,  gull,  befool 
  =>  cheat  on  cheat,  cuckold,  betray,  wander 
  =>  twotime 
  =>  play  around  fool  around 
  =>  hoax,  pull  someone's  leg,  play  a  joke  on 
  =>  ensnare,  entrap,  frame,  set  up 
  =>  humbug 
  =>  criminalize 
  =>  nurse 
  =>  strong-arm 
  =>  ride  roughshod,  run  roughshod 
  =>  upstage 
  =>  rough-house 
  =>  brutalize,  brutalise 
  =>  do  justice,  do-well  by 
  =>  gloss  over  skate  over  smooth  over  slur  over  skimp  over 
  =>  mistreat,  maltreat,  abuse,  ill-use,  ill-treat 
  =>  kick  around 
  =>  pamper,  featherbed,  cosset,  cocker,  baby,  coddle,  mollycoddle,  spoil,  indulge 
  =>  intervene,  step  in  interfere,  interpose 
  =>  poke  into  intrude  into  meddle  with  horn  in 
  =>  meddle,  tamper 
  =>  interlope 
  =>  consort,  associate,  affiliate,  assort 
  =>  ally 
  =>  misally 
  =>  go  steady,  go  out  date,  see 
  =>  company,  companion,  accompany,  keep  company 
  =>  philander,  womanize,  womanise 
 
  Entailment  of  verb  interact 
 
 
  Synonyms/Hypernyms  (Ordered  by  Frequency)  of  verb  interact 
 
  1  sense  of  interact 
 
  Sense  1 
  interact 
  =>  act  move 
 
  Familiarity  of  verb  interact 
 
  interact  used  as  a  verb  is  very  rare  (polysemy  count  =  1) 
 
  Synonyms  (Grouped  by  Similarity  of  Meaning)  of  verb  interact 
 
  Sense  1 
  interact 
  =>  act  move 
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  Overview  of  verb  interact 
 
  The  verb  interact  has  1  sense  (first  1  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (2)  interact  --  (act  together  or  towards  others  or  with  others  "He  should  interact  more  with  his  colleagues") 
 
  Overview  of  verb  interact 
 
  The  verb  interact  has  1  sense  (first  1  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (2)  interact  --  (act  together  or  towards  others  or  with  others  "He  should  interact  more  with  his  colleagues")