- In order to become blended or united by penetration: airplanes that interpenetrate in a painting.
- To penetrate each another; to enter between figures or their components.
- To penetrate reciprocally: The channels interpenetrate one another on rapids.
- To penetrate carefully; permeate or pervade.
- to enter between or within; to enter mutually.
- To penetrate mutually or reciprocally
- To permeate or pervade
- penetrate mutually or be interlocked
- scatter or diffuse through
- To penetrate or pass into reciprocally; unite with by mutual penetration.
- to enter between or among (the element areas of a body or substance); pass into or in the various areas of (a body); penetrate in a variety of directions or throughout.
- to enter mutually; become united by mutual penetration.
Sentence for "interpenetrate"
- Commercial and noncommercial spaces interpenetrate.
Verb Forms for "interpenetrate"