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interfile

Syllabification: in·ter·file
Pronunciation: /ˌin(t)ərˈfīl
 
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Definition of interfile in English:

verb

[with object]
1File (two or more sequences) together: the index interfiles books and their authors in one alphabetical sequence
1.1File (one or more items) into an existing sequence: this index is interfiled with the main card catalog
More example sentences
  • In both the electronic and print examples, form subheadings are interfiled with topical ones; librarians often separate these.

Words that rhyme with interfile

aisle, Argyle, awhile, beguile, bile, Carlisle, Carlyle, compile, De Stijl, ensile, file, guile, I'll, isle, Kabyle, kyle, lisle, Lyle, Mikhail, mile, Nile, pile, rank-and-file, resile, rile, Ryle, Sieg Heil, smile, spile, stile, style, tile, vile, Weil, while, wile, worthwhile

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