interplay interplay  /ˈɪn tər ˌpleɪ/

Definition(s):

  • (n) reciprocal action and reaction

Usage(s):

  1. Both Neylan and Bradley say the research underscores the powerful interplay between childhood trauma, genes and mental health.
  2. Deciphering the interplay between Brown and Chertoff was key objective for the Senators.
  3. Phil Jackson wasn't miked, but it was fascinating to watch the interplay between the superstar of the team and the coach.

News

  1. Inside Sandy Hook School: Six Months Later

    A Special Report Coming Sunday It's been a half year since the tragedy. In those six months, as the world's attention has shifted elsewhere, life inside the substitute Sandy Hook school in Monroe has been a close interplay of students and teachers learning a new normal.        
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Hartford Courant

  2. U.S. Jobs Report, Monetary Policy, and Gold

    The interplay between the jobs report and monetary policy is a critical factor in understanding the gold market.        
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Motley Fool

  3. Interplay retrieves Freespace IP from THQ for $7,500

    Freespace , the interstellar combat series developed by Volition and published by Interplay, is now back in Interplay's library, fully and officially , following a stint at THQ. Interplay paid $7,500 to snag the Freespace rights in a THQ bankruptcy sale this month. THQ was bound to find some emotionally rich items in the back corners of its closet eventually - but Freespace wasn't going to save ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Joystiq

Quotes

  1. "People want to see Mrs. Obama, they want to see Mrs. Edwards. They want to see the team," said former Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack, who co-chairs the Clinton campaign. "He's a terrific surrogate, she's a great candidate, and we'll see an interplay...
    on Jun 21, 2007 By: Tom Vilsack Source: Guardian Unlimited

  2. "I think those individuals don't understand the interplay between the two," Hartsuch said. "Liberal social policies yield a great negative impact on our fiscal policy."
    on Oct 14, 2008 By: David Hartsuch Source: FOXNews

  3. Kate Barker, a policy maker at the central bank, said Feb. 19 that she's most concerned about "the interplay between the property market and the financial sector resulting from the credit turmoil."
    on Feb 29, 2008 By: Kate Barker Source: Bloomberg

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