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interest the desire to learn, know, or take part in something. [8 definitions]
interested having or showing curiosity, concern, or attention.
interesting causing attention to, concern about, or interest in.
interface the equipment or programs used to communicate between different computer systems or programs.
interfere to be or get in the way (usually followed by "with"). [2 definitions]
interference the act or an instance of interfering. [3 definitions]
intergalactic of, having to do with, or located in the space between galaxies.
interior being inside or within. [4 definitions]
interjection a word or expression that shows strong feeling; exclamation. "Oh no!" and "Oops!" are examples of interjections.
intermediate being or happening between two things, stages, positions, or persons; being in the middle.
intermission a pause or stop between times of activity; recess.
intern2 a doctor who recently graduated from medical school and is working with more experienced doctors to finish training. [2 definitions]
internal located on the inside; inner. [2 definitions]
international of or having to do with what happens between two or more countries.
Internet the world's largest computer network, which is made of millions of computers that are linked together. Some parts of the Internet are the World Wide Web, electronic mail, and chat rooms.
interplanetary being, happening, or working between planets.
interpret to decide on or explain the meaning of. [4 definitions]
interpretation the act or process of explaining or understanding the meaning of something. [2 definitions]
interrogate to question at length and in a thorough way, often for an official purpose.
interrogative having to do with, forming, or being a question. "Why don't you take a walk?" is an example of an interrogative sentence. [2 definitions]
interrogative sentence a sentence that asks a question. "Have you read this book?" is an example of an interrogative sentence.