One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A mutual connection between two or more things.‘the complex interconnections between people's lives in modern society’mass noun ‘the interconnection of chemistry, biology, and physics’
- ‘Each of the photographs in his early series relies on its interconnection with the others for its complete reading.’
- ‘Scholars and admirers of baroque painting will enjoy studying this work and sorting out the many interconnections between father and daughter.’
- ‘Structural aspects relate to the principles of interconnection in the system.’
- ‘The presentation, development, and interconnection of ideas must be based on relationship.’
- ‘The affinity with the framed tube arises from the interconnections of the towers around the remainder of the perimeter.’
- ‘The sense of juxtaposition is heard within the context of a greater sense of structural unity, achieved through the interconnection of ideas.’
- ‘Both in practice and in theory, he moved always toward new interconnections between body and soul, life and art, morality and psychology.’
- ‘The strength of the book is its intricate mapping of interconnections across a range of media.’
- ‘Every beat of the story is built on interconnections that at first seem like coincidence.’
- ‘Strangely enough, the stepping out of the body is at once a stepping into the body, expanded by the sense of interconnection.’
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