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Interject vs. Intervene

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Interjectverb

(transitive) To insert something between other things.

Interveneverb

(intransitive) To become involved in a situation, so as to alter or prevent an action.

‘The police had to be called to intervene in the fight.’;

Interjectverb

(transitive) To say as an interruption or aside.

Interveneverb

(intransitive) To occur, fall, or come between, points of time, or events.

‘An instant intervened between the flash and the report.’; ‘I hadn't seen him since we were in school, and the intervening years had not been kind to him.’;

Interjectverb

(intransitive) To interpose oneself; to intervene.

Interveneverb

(intransitive) To occur or act as an obstacle or delay.

‘Nothing intervened to prevent the undertaking.’;

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Interjectverb

To throw in between; to insert; to interpose.

Interveneverb

(ambitransitive) To say (something) in the middle of a conversation or discussion between other people, or to respond to a situation involving other people.

Interjectverb

To throw one's self between or among; to come between; to interpose.

Interveneverb

(ambitransitive) To come between, or to be between, persons or things.

‘The Mediterranean intervenes between Europe and Africa.’;

Interjectverb

to insert between other elements;

‘She interjected clever remarks’;

Interveneverb

(legal) In a suit to which one has not been made a party, to put forward a defense of one's interest in the subject matter.

‘an application for leave (i.e. permission) to intervene’;

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Interveneverb

To come between, or to be between, persons or things; - followed by between; as, the Mediterranean intervenes between Europe and Africa.

Interveneverb

To occur, fall, or come between, points of time, or events; as, an instant intervened between the flash and the report; nothing intervened ( i. e., between the intention and the execution) to prevent the undertaking.

Interveneverb

To interpose; as, to intervene to settle a quarrel.

Interveneverb

In a suit to which one has not been made a party, to put forward a defense of one's interest in the subject matter.

Interveneverb

To come between.

‘Self-sown woodlands of birch, alder, etc., intervening the different estates.’;

Intervenenoun

A coming between; intervention; meeting.

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Interveneverb

get involved, so as to alter or hinder an action, or through force or threat of force;

‘Why did the U.S. not intervene earlier in WW II?’;

Interveneverb

be placed or located between other things or extend between spaces and events;

‘This interludes intervenes between the two movements’; ‘Eight days intervened’;

Interveneverb

occur between other event or between certain points of time;

‘the war intervened between the birth of her two children’;

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