[in-ter-ak-tiv] /ˌɪn tərˈæk tɪv/
acting one upon or with the other.
of or relating to a two-way system of electronic communications, as by means of television or computer:
interactive communications between families using two-way cable television.
(of a computer program or system) with a human user, often in a conversational way, to obtain data or commands and to give immediate results or updated information:
For many years airline reservations have been handled by interactive computer systems.
allowing or relating to continuous two-way transfer of information between a user and the central point of a communication system, such as a computer or television
(of two or more persons, forces, etc) acting upon or in close relation with each other; interacting
1832, from interact, probably on model of active. Related: Interactivity.
If users receive real-time feedback from a computer so that they can modify the use of the machine, the hardware, software, or content, the system is said to be interactive.
[non-in-ter-kawrs, -kohrs] /nɒnˈɪn tərˌkɔrs, -ˌkoʊrs/ noun 1. suspension of interchange in relations, especially commercial or political relations.
noun, U.S. History. 1. the act of Congress (1809) prohibiting all shipping and trade between the United States and British- or French-controlled ports.
[non-in-ter-feer-uh ns] /ˌnɒn ɪn tərˈfɪər əns/ noun 1. the policy or practice of refraining from , especially in political affairs.
[in-ter-feer] /ˌɪn tərˈfɪər/ verb (used without object), interfered, interfering. 1. to come into opposition, as one thing with another, especially with the effect of hampering action or procedure (often followed by with): Constant distractions interfere with work. 2. to take part in the affairs of others; meddle (often followed by with or in): to interfere […]