[in-ter-leys, in-ter-leys]
verb (used without object), interlaced, interlacing.
to cross one another, typically passing alternately over and under, as if woven together; intertwine: Their hands interlaced.
verb (used with object), interlaced, interlacing.
to unite or arrange (threads, strips, parts, branches, etc.) so as to intercross one another, passing alternately over and under; intertwine.
to mingle; blend.
to diversify, as with threads woven in.
to intersperse; intermingle: She interlaced her lecture on Schubert with some of his songs.

1325–75; inter- + lace; replacing Middle English entrelacen < Middle French en-trelacer

interlacedly [in-ter-ley-sid-lee] , adverb
interlacement, noun
uninterlaced, adjective Unabridged
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interlace (ˌɪntəˈleɪs)
vb (usually foll by with)
1.  to join together (patterns, fingers, etc) by crossing, as if woven; intertwine
2.  (tr) to mingle or blend in an intricate way
3.  to change the pattern of; diversify; intersperse: to interlace a speech with humour

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Computing Dictionary

interlace definition

progressive coding

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Example sentences
Some of the deeper longitudinal fibers turn in and interlace with the circular
  fibers of the valve.
At the same number of lines, progressive scan produces a higher quality picture
  than interlace scan.
Looms weave or interlace two yarns, so they cross each other at right angles to
  form fabric.
Provide a true parameter to set the interlace attribute.
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