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Álvar Nuñez Cabeza de Vaca a Spanish explorer who, after landing on the cape of Florida in 1528 and being stranded in the Gulf coast region for 8 years, published an account of his survival and interaction with the native peoples under the title "La relación" (1542) (b.1490?--d.1557?).
autism a developmental disorder usually becoming detectable in very early childhood that is characterized especially by atypical acquisition or use of language as well as atypical patterns of social interaction.
autism spectrum disorder any of a group of developmental disorders, including autism and Asperger's syndrome, marked by repetitive behavior and problems with communication and social interaction.
buffer1 something that prevents or moderates the interaction of two people, things, groups, countries, or the like. [1/6 definitions]
catalyst an agent that causes an interaction between persons or forces without being affected itself. [1/2 definitions]
chemistry the interaction between two or more people; rapport. [1/4 definitions]
chromodynamics in particle physics, the theory of the strong interaction between quarks and gluons, fundamental particles that form hadrons such as the proton and neutron.
commerce social interaction. [1/2 definitions]
Creole (l.c.) a mixed language developed when two groups having different languages, after an extensive period of time and interaction, combine the vocabulary, grammar, and usage of the two languages into a third dialect in which one of the first is usu. dominant. [1/6 definitions]
ester a chemical compound formed by the interaction of an acid and an alcohol.
inflationary spiral a continuous rise in prices of goods and services caused mainly by the interaction of increases in wages and costs.
interface clear or useful communication or interaction. [1/7 definitions]
interpersonal of or pertaining to a relationship or interaction between people. [1/2 definitions]
maglev a high-speed train levitated and propelled over tracks by the interaction of magnets along the sides of a guideway and on the train's underside; magnetic levitation train.
motor pertaining to the interaction of muscles and nerves. [1/5 definitions]
overture an opening gesture, as for initiating a relationship or other interaction. [1/4 definitions]
psycholinguistics (used with a sing. verb) the study of the interaction between the language and the attitudes and behavior of a person.
psychosocial of, pertaining to, affected by, or involving the interaction between the individual personality and its social environment.
solvate a compound produced by the chemical interaction of a solvent and a solute. [1/2 definitions]
videotex any electronic system for the distribution of data for display on video screens, often allowing for interaction by users via telephone or television; videotext.