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interface 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈintərˌfās/,
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interfaces, plural;
  1. Interact with (another system, person, organization, etc.)
    • - his goal is to get people interfacing with each other
  2. Connect with (another computer or piece of equipment) by an interface

Noun
  1. A point where two systems, subjects, organizations, etc., meet and interact
    • - the interface between accountancy and the law
  2. A surface forming a common boundary between two portions of matter or space, e.g., between two immiscible liquids
    • - the surface tension of a liquid at its air/liquid interface
  3. A device or program enabling a user to communicate with a computer

  4. A device or program for connecting two items of hardware or software so that they can be operated jointly or communicate with each other


  1. (chemistry) a surface forming a common boundary between two things (two objects or liquids or chemical phases)
  2. (computer science) a program that controls a display for the user (usually on a computer monitor) and that allows the user to interact with the system
  3. the overlap where two theories or phenomena affect each other or have links with each other; "the interface between chemistry and biology"
  4. (computer science) computer circuit consisting of the hardware and associated circuitry that links one device with another (especially a computer and a hard disk drive or other peripherals)
  5. An annotation, in the Java computer programming language, is a special form of syntactic metadata that can be added to Java source code. Classes, methods, variables, parameters and packages may be annotated. ...
  6. Interface is the debut album by Dominion. It was released in 1996 on Peaceville Records.
  7. Interface is an electronic music group based on Long Island, New York. It was founded in 1993 by Eric Eldredge (keyboards, sequences, and vocals). Its career has been lined with a steady output of songs and dance remixes for other artists and several lineup shifts. ...
  8. An interface is a surface forming a common boundary among two different phases, such as an insoluble solid and a liquid, two immiscible liquids or a liquid and an insoluble gas. ...
  9. In the field of computer science, an interface refers to a point of interaction between components, and is applicable at the level of both hardware and software. ...
  10. Interface, is a 1984 horror movie. It was directed by Andy Anderson and starred John Davies, Laura Lane, and Mathew Sacks. It is notable for providing Lou Diamond Phillips his first film role, as PUNK#1.
  11. The point of interconnection between two entities; The point of interconnection between two systems or subsystems; The connection between a user and a machine; The connection between parts of object-oriented software; A thin layer or boundary between two different substances or two phases of ...
  12. (Interfaces) Devices allowing one piece of equipment to "talk" to another one.
  13. (Interfaces) Program connections between disparate databases.
  14. (Interfaces) a generic term describing in technical terms how two bits of equipment connect to one another and allow data to flow.
  15. (Interfaces) are nice if you don't want to force classes to have a single root class in their hierarchy, as a single class can implement multiple interfaces.
  16. parts of the computer that we work with; two different subsystems transmitting one piece of information to another;give and take of information
  17. A hardware or software protocol that handles the exchange of data between the device and the computer; the most common ones are AT (also known as
  18. Since all the different program units in a Fortran program are compiled completely independent all information on the arguments have to be transferred manually. In Fortran 77 this was done with very long and cumbersome argument lists. In Fortran 90 an INTERFACE can be used. ...
  19. A linkage between systems which can be either automated (via software programs) or procedural (manual).
  20. The area shared by or connecting two or more disciplines or fields of study. Also, a common boundary or interconnection between systems, equipment, concepts, or people. Also, something that enables separate and sometimes incompatible elements to coordinate or communicate. ...
  21. Physical or logical end point of a link between devices.
  22. point in the system where the rules, control codes, formats, and information direction (as dictated by the protocol) are implemented
  23. In point of sale terms, the actual device or devices used to convey sales
  24. The services a piece of code promises to provide forever, in contrast to its implementation, which it should feel free to change whenever it likes.
  25. The mixture which occurs in normal pipeline operations between batches of petroleum products or crude having different specifications. Also called "slop" or "transmix."