Meaning of INTERLOCKING in English
[adjective] [not gradable] - firmly joined together, esp. by one part fitting into anotherWhen paper is made, moisture is squeezed out of a wet mass leaving a web of dry, interlocking fibres.The simplest and strongest framework is a system of interlocking triangles, similar to that we see supporting bridges and the roofs of houses.The fish has strong jaws and sharp interlocking teeth.The business is still dominated by a handful of powerful families and individuals, with interlocking interests.The Olympic symbol of five interlocking rings was designed for the Games of 1920.
Cambridge English vocab. Кембриджский английский словарь. 2012