Antonyms
Etymology

1. interpersonal

adjective. ['ˌɪntɝˈpɝːsənəl'] occurring among or involving several people.

Antonyms

  • ungregarious

Etymology

  • inter- (English)
  • inter (Latin)
  • personal (English)
  • personal (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Interpersonal

  • impersonal

Sentences with interpersonal


1. Adjective
These positions favor those who have good interpersonal skills or knowledge of the products being sold.

Quotes about interpersonal


1. Here is just the beginning of a list of skills that exam results cannot possibly hope to reflect: interpersonal skills, the ability to entertain, how articulate we are as speakers, our ability to work as part of a team, the ability to deal with challenges and invention.
- Alexandra Adornetto

2. What television gets to do, and there's a reason why 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' works as well as it does, is that it deals with the relationships. It deals with the very small, interpersonal ways that people both love and hate each other.
- Jeffrey Bell

3. In the family, in interpersonal relationships, even in friendship, faith is tremendously important. If you have a partner who you believe is a good person, then it is your duty to have faith in them until the end, despite the fact that they might have done some bad things. And you have to support and believe in your children.
- Greg Graffin

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