Definition of interoperate in English:

interoperate

verb

  • See interoperable

    • ‘Properly engineered Web sites can interoperate with dedicated assistive technologies to address a wide range of disabilities.’
    • ‘Besides functionality, merits include the copyright and patent policies attached to a product, and the disclosure of file formats and communication protocols so that other software may interoperate.’
    • ‘If the values are applied consistently, the participating databases can interoperate at the value level, making the data in different systems directly comparable.’
    • ‘As a result of this acquisition process, their voice and data communications systems cannot interoperate, and their databases cannot share information.’
    • ‘Patent holders are not required to make an all-comers general license available to parties who want to write software that interoperates with the patented process.’