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interface

verb
 
 
/ˈɪntəˌfeɪs/
[I] if two people, companies, systems, etc. interface, they are in contact and work together with each other: interface with sb/sth All workers at the airport should be willing to interface with local law-enforcement personnel as and when necessary.
[I or T] IT if a computer, mobile phone, etc. interfaces with another system or piece of equipment, or is interfaced with it, it can be connected to or used with it: interface (sth) with sth Wireless Application Protocols are standards that govern how mobile phones interface with the World Wide Web.
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