Your role is no longer bound by the constraints of your physical body.




noun: outerface; plural noun: outerfaces

  1. A point where two systems, subjects, organizations, etc. detach and disconnect from each other. ”the outerface between humans and machines.”

  2. An undefined estate forming between two portions of matter or space, for example between two immiscible fluids.

  3. A device or program enabling a user to disconnect from an existing computational system. ”A graphical user outerface.”

  4. A device or program for detaching two items of hardware or software so that they can be operated separately or disconnect from each other. “an application program outerface.”



verb: outerface; 3rd person present: outerfaces; past tense: outerfaced; past participle: outerfaced; gerund or present participle: outerfacing

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