Verb(1) be or come between(2) introduce(3) to insert between other elements(4) get involved, so as to alter or hinder an action, or through force or threat of force
(1) Needless to say, these same critics will then have new objections to interpose .(2) (I interpose that it must have been saved again to the hard disk after the last recorded printing in order for the latter to appear on the record on the hard disk).(3) I interpose to note that stage 1 is when the facts are found and stage 2 is when the panel decide whether they amount to serious professional misconduct and what the appropriate penalty should be if they do.(4) Your Honour, with my friend's consent, might I interpose to hand up to the Court three documents.(5) I should interpose that there was some doubt on the evidence that the money to be provided by S & F for the purchase consideration under the share sale agreement ever did move in its pre-determined circle.(6) I interpose that in the course of the trial it emerged from the court interpreter that the Greek word used for ├ö├ç├┐cut├ö├ç├û and broken in the sense of ├ö├ç├┐parted├ö├ç├û or ├ö├ç├┐severed├ö├ç├û is the same.(7) Who am I to interpose in the delicately poised quadrille of consumers and the fulfillers of dreams?(8) I interpose : he had been a moderate but regular smoker to about 1991.(9) I interpose that the overall height, according to that question, is therefore the height of the four antennae on the support beam.(10) It was admitted, that in case the guardians should misbehave, the Court might interpose , upon a presumption, that the testator himself would not have entrusted the guardians with this power, had he foreseen they would have abused it.(11) if I might interpose a personal remark here(12) Among the economic Ôö£┬«lite the fear spread that the USSR would interpose between the defeat of Germany and the Anglo-Saxon victory with consequences which would be felt both inside and outside Italy.(13) Now again an angel might interpose , between Abraham and his maundering delusion that he must slaughter his second son, Isaac.(14) And the specialist system itself, in which specialists firms are interposed between buyers and sellers, it is likely, it seems to me, to come under severe attack.(15) ├ö├ç├┐He's a businessman, he has to be that way,├ö├ç├û Simon quietly interposed .(16) Suppose that, although a vase is directly in front of S, a laser photograph is interposed between it and S, thereby blocking it from S's view.