Adjective "interleaved" definition and examples

(Interleaved may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ɪntəˈliːv/

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Definitions and examples

verb

Insert pages, typically blank ones, between the pages of (a book)
  1. 'He is thought to have used an interleaved copy of his dictionary as a foundation word list and had the help of some half a dozen amanuenses.'
  2. 'Anna Howell kept a record of her gardening interleaved in agricultural almanacs and often mentioned the many hazards she encountered.'
  3. 'The edition size is 125 and comes packaged in a custom linen portfolio box interleaved with vellum sheets.'
  4. 'There is actually a third interleaving, of letters from his Jewish wife, which I have not mentioned.'
  5. 'There was plate after plate of exquisite illustrations, interleaved with pages of old-fashioned print, detailing some long and involved story of Pacific pioneers.'
  6. 'pasta interleaved with strips of courgette'
  7. 'More commonly, anhedral masses are found interleaved with giant biotite crystals.'
  8. 'These routes were double spaced and interleaved with ground.'
  9. 'The red and green words were displayed at the same height on the display monitor, but were offset horizontally such that their letters were interleaved.'
  10. 'Pomerol's finest wines are in general made on the highest parts of the plateau, which is predominantly gravel whose layers are interleaved with clay, becoming sandier in the west, where rather lighter wines are made.'
  11. 'Ice cream of various kinds is used in addition, being placed in the mould so as to surround the bombe mixture or be interleaved with it.'
  12. 'If you're going to store watercolour paintings, interleave them with archival tissue and wrap the bundles tightly in non-permeable opaque plastic, between stiff boards.'
  13. 'They are interleaved, like interlocked fingers, so that as you pull apart the two halves of the pod, they unfold from one another.'
  14. 'On another night, he composed a surf-clam sashimi of crimson-and-white, thorn-shaped slices interleaved with wisps of lemon, so that it resembled a gorgeous sea dragon.'
Mix (digital signals) by alternating between them.
  1. 'The interleaving of channels, which provoked so much criticism from operators striving to offer data services, is now entirely eliminated.'
  2. 'Data in a RAID 0 volume is arranged into blocks that are interleaved among the disks so that reads and writes can be performed in parallel.'

More definitions

1. to provide blank leaves in (a book) for notes or written comments.

2. to insert blank leaves between (the regular printed leaves).

3. to insert something alternately and regularly between the pages or parts of: Interleave the eight-page form with carbon paper.

4. to insert (material) alternately and regularly between the pages or parts of something else: Interleave carbon paper between the pages of the form.

5. Computers. to arran

More examples(as adjective)

"teachers can be interleaved."

"sheets can be interleaved."

"pictures can be interleaved."

"periods can be interleaved."

"memories can be interleaved."

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Origin

(interleave)