Definition of Interpenetrate. Meaning of Interpenetrate. Synonyms of Interpenetrate

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Definition of Interpenetrate

Interpenetrate
Interpenetrate In`ter*pen"e*trate, v. t. To penetrate between or within; to penetrate mutually. It interpenetrates my granite mass. --Shelley.
Interpenetrate
Interpenetrate In`ter*pen"e*trate, v. i. To penetrate each the other; to penetrate between bodies or their parts. Interpenetrating molding (Arch.), in late Gothic architecture, a decoration by means of moldings which seem to pass through solid uprights, transoms, or other members; often, two sets of architectural members penetrating one another, in appearance, as if both had been plastic when they were put together.

Meaning of Interpenetrate from wikipedia

- Interpenetration may refer to: Interpenetration (Buddhism), a concept of Buddhist philosophy Interpenetration (Christianity), a term in Christian theology...
- An Interpenetrating polymer network (IPN) is a polymer comprising two or more networks which are at least partially interlaced on a polymer scale but not...
- Christ as did John of Damascus (d. 749), who also extended it to the "interpenetration" of the three persons of the Trinity, and it became a technical term...
- metaphysics, such as that of the Four Dharmadhātu (Chinese: 四法界) of interpenetration, had a deep impact on surviving East Asian schools. The Huayan school's...
- Iridescent Interpenetration (Italian: Compenetrazione iridiscente) is the title of several artworks and studies in a series by Italian ****urist painter...
- series of subtle planes or worlds or dimensions which, from a center, interpenetrate themselves and the physical planet in which we live, the solar systems...
- center of rotation somewhere along the line AB. Since the parts cannot interpenetrate the relative rotation center must also be along the normal direction...
- Śūnyatā (emptiness), pratītyasamutpāda (dependent origination), and interpenetration in Buddhist philosophy. The metaphor's earliest known reference is...
- authors list (link) Jacobson, E. (1995). The Art of the Scythians: The Interpenetration of Cultures at the Edge of the ****enic World. Brill. p. 38. ISBN 978-90-04-09856-5...
- Fascia of muscles This is the dense fibrous connective tissue that interpenetrates and surrounds the muscles, bones, nerves and blood vessels of the body...
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