transitive verb Date: 1950 to arrange in or add to a file ; file

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • interfile — 1 file (two sequences) together. 2 file (one or more items) into an existing sequence. * * * inter fibre, interfile v. see inter prefix 5, 1 a …   Useful english dictionary

  • interfile — /in teuhr fuyl /, v.t., interfiled, interfiling. to combine two or more similarly arranged sets of items, as cards or documents, into a single file. [1945 50; INTER + FILE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • interfile — verb To file something between or among existing entries …   Wiktionary

  • interfile — v. file, arrange in a single file …   English contemporary dictionary

  • interfile — verb file together or into an existing sequence …   English new terms dictionary

  • interfile — in·ter·file …   English syllables

  • interfile — in•ter•file [[t]ˌɪn tərˈfaɪl[/t]] v. t. filed, fil•ing to combine (two or more similarly arranged sets of items, as documents) into a single file …   From formal English to slang

  • interfile — /ɪntəˈfaɪl/ (say intuh fuyl) verb (t) (interfiled, interfiling) to combine into a single arrangement (two or more similarly arranged sets of items, as cards, documents, etc.). {inter + file1} …   Australian English dictionary

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