[in-ter-uh-stid, -truh-stid, -tuh-res-tid] /ˈɪn tər ə stɪd, -trə stɪd, -təˌrɛs tɪd/
having an in something; concerned:
Interested members will meet at noon.
having the attention or curiosity engaged:
an interested spectator.
characterized by a feeling of .
influenced by personal or selfish motives:
an interested witness.
participating; having an or share; having money involved.
showing or having interest
(usually prenominal) personally involved or implicated: the interested parties met to discuss the business
“motivated by self-interest,” 1705; “having an interest or stake (in something);” from past participle of interest (v.).
[in-ter-uh-ster-uh-fi-key-shuh n] /ˌɪn tər əˌstɛr ə fɪˈkeɪ ʃən/ noun, Chemistry. 1. .
adjective without interest payments; with no interest charged on money borrowed
noun 1. a group of people drawn or acting together in support of a common interest or to voice a common concern: Political interest groups seek to influence legislation. An organized group that tries to influence the government to adopt certain policies or measures. Also called pressure group. (See lobby.)
[in-ter-uh-sting, -truh-sting, -tuh-res-ting] /ˈɪn tər ə stɪŋ, -trə stɪŋ, -təˌrɛs tɪŋ/ adjective 1. engaging or exciting and holding the attention or curiosity: an interesting book. 2. arousing a feeling of : an interesting face. Idioms 3. in an interesting condition, (of a woman) pregnant. [in-ter-ist, -trist] /ˈɪn tər ɪst, -trɪst/ noun 1. the feeling of […]