interfile

[in-ter-fahyl]
verb (used with object), interfiled, interfiling.
to combine two or more similarly arranged sets of items, as cards or documents, into a single file.

Origin:
1945–50; inter- + file1

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interfile (ˌɪntəˈfaɪl)
 
vb
1.  to place (one or more items) among other items in a file or arrangement
2.  to combine (two or more sets of items) in one file or arrangement

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Example sentences
Another is to print the records out and interfile them with your other paper files.
Records staff may interfile a small number of folders if there is sufficient room in the boxes.
Interfile quality control checks are also in place so that related files can be synchronized and updated.
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