interpenetration : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the action of penetrating between or among
  • n  mutual penetration; diffusion of each through the other

  • It's not too late for Chinese and Japanese politicians to follow the example of many of their business leaders, who have long understood that the interpenetration of the two .
  • Globalization is not a phenomenon of the last decadetrade flows, human migration and the interpenetration of cultures are as old as human .
  • This interpenetration, Teilhard believed, would unite even those men with apparently implacable hostilities.

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