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interaction

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˌɪntərˈækʃən/
a situation where two or more people or things communicate with each other or react to each another: interaction between sb and sb There's not enough interaction between the management and the workers.interaction of sth and sth A great advertising campaign comes from the successful interaction of strategic planning and creative skills.interaction with sb We select employees who will be good at face-to-face interaction with customers.interaction among sth The engineering conference encourages interactions among experts in different fields.
→  See also customer interaction
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