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interface

noun /(British ) ˈintəˌfeis; (American) ˈintərˌfeis/
(computing) the manner in which users are presented with information on a computer screen or how they enter data into a software program
interfaz, interface
a point-and-click interface.
(computing) a software program or connection that enables two pieces of computer equipment to work together
interfaz, interface
the interface between the computer and the mouse.
the point at which two people, things, or events meet or affect each other
interconexión, interrelación
the interface between the company and its suppliers.
(Definition of interface from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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