in|ter|con|nect [ˌıntəkəˈnekt US -tər-] v
1.) if two systems, places etc are interconnected, or if they interconnect, they are joined together
a series of interconnected lakes
interconnecting rooms
Our operating system can now interconnect with other networks.
2.) if two facts, ideas, events etc are interconnected, or if they interconnect, they are related and one is affected by or caused by the other
In Freud's theory, the two areas of sexuality and violence are interconnected.
a number of separate but interconnected issues
>interconnection [-ˈnekʃən][i] n [U and C]
the interconnection between rich and poor countries

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