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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.
interrupt to cause to stop; break off. [2 definitions]
interruption the act of interrupting or the state of being interrupted. [2 definitions]
intersect to cut across or pass through; cross. [2 definitions]
intersection the point or place where two or more lines, roads, or other straight things meet.
interstate having to do with or connecting two or more states.
interval the period of time between two events or situations. [2 definitions]
interview a meeting between a person who has applied for a job and the person who is offering the job. During such an interview, job requirements, qualifications, and pay are discussed. [3 definitions]
intestine (usually plural) the lower part of the digestive system, below the stomach. The intestine is a long, coiled tube. It is divided into the small intestine and the large intestine.
in the clear free from danger or charges of guilt.
in the dark knowing nothing; uncertain.
in the face of when faced with.
in the least at all.
in the long run at the end of a period of time; finally.
in the neighborhood of (informal) about; approximately.
in the nick of time at the last possible moment to produce some result.
in the saddle having authority; in a position to direct.
in the same boat in the same situation, often difficult or dangerous.
in the wake of following; directly after.