[in-ter-fey-sing] /ˈɪn tərˌfeɪ sɪŋ/
a woven or nonwoven material used between the and outer fabric of a garment, as in the collar and lapels of a jacket, to add body and give support and shape to the garment.
[noun in-ter-feys; verb in-ter-feys, in-ter-feys] /noun ˈɪn tərˌfeɪs; verb ˈɪn tərˌfeɪs, ˌɪn tərˈfeɪs/
a surface regarded as the common boundary of two bodies, spaces, or phases.
the facts, problems, considerations, theories, practices, etc., shared by two or more disciplines, procedures, or fields of study:
the interface between chemistry and physics.
a common boundary or interconnection between systems, equipment, concepts, or human beings.
communication or interaction:
Interface between the parent company and its subsidiaries has never been better.
a thing or circumstance that enables separate and sometimes incompatible elements to coordinate effectively:
The organization serves as an interface between the state government and the public.
computer hardware or software designed to communicate information between hardware devices, between software programs, between devices and programs, or between a device and a user.
verb (used with object), interfaced, interfacing.
to bring into an interface.
to bring together; connect or mesh:
The management is interfacing several departments with an information service from overseas.
verb (used without object), interfaced, interfacing.
to be in an interface.
to function as an interface.
to meet or communicate directly; interact, coordinate, synchronize, or harmonize (often followed by with):
The two communications systems are able to interface with each other.
a piece of fabric sewn beneath the facing of a garment, usually at the inside of the neck, armholes, etc, to give shape and firmness
another name for interlining
(chem) a surface that forms the boundary between two bodies, liquids, or chemical phases
a common point or boundary between two things, subjects, etc
an electrical circuit linking one device, esp a computer, with another
(transitive) to design or adapt the input and output configurations of (two electronic devices) so that they may work together compatibly
to be or become an interface (with)
to be or become interactive (with)
1882 (n.), 1967 (v.), from inter- + face. Related: Interfaced; interfacing.
interface in·ter·face (ĭn’tər-fās’)
A surface forming a common boundary between adjacent regions or bodies.
noun, Physical Chemistry. 1. the surface tension at the interface of two liquids.
[fak-uh l-tee] /ˈfæk əl ti/ noun, plural faculties. 1. an ability, natural or acquired, for a particular kind of action: a faculty for making friends easily. 2. one of the powers of the mind, as memory, reason, or speech: Though very sick, he is in full possession of all his faculties. 3. an inherent capability […]
[in-ter-feyth] /ˈɪn tərˈfeɪθ/ adjective 1. of, operating, or occurring between persons belonging to different religions: an interfaith service. /ˌɪntəˈfeɪθ/ adjective 1. relating to, between, or involving different religions: to forward interfaith relations adj. 1921, from inter- + faith.
[fuh-mil-yuh l, -mil-ee-uh l] /fəˈmɪl yəl, -ˈmɪl i əl/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of a : familial ties. 2. appearing in individuals by heredity: a familial disease. /fəˈmɪlɪəl/ adjective 1. of or relating to the family 2. occurring in the members of a family: a familial disease adj. from French familial, from […]
[fam-uh-lee, fam-lee] /ˈfæm ə li, ˈfæm li/ noun, plural families. 1. 2. the children of one person or one couple collectively: We want a large family. 3. the spouse and children of one person: We’re taking the family on vacation next week. 4. any group of persons closely related by blood, as parents, children, uncles, […]