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  1. intercept

    • v.
      obstruct (someone or something) so as to prevent them from continuing to a destination;(of a defensive player) catch a forward pass.
    • n.
      an act or instance of intercepting something;the point at which a given line cuts a coordinate axis; the value of the coordinate at that point.
    • verb: intercept, 3rd person present: intercepts, gerund or present participle: intercepting, past tense: intercepted, past participle: intercepted

    • noun: intercept, plural noun: intercepts

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. obstruct (someone or something) so as to prevent them from continuing to a destination intelligence agencies intercepted a series of telephone calls I intercepted Ed on his way to work
    • (of a defensive player) catch a forward pass.
    • cut off or deflect (light or other electromagnetic radiation) a second prism can be swung in to intercept the light beam
    • (of a line or surface) mark or cut off (part of a space, line, or surface).

    名詞

    • 1. an act or instance of intercepting something he read the file of radio intercepts
    • the point at which a given line cuts a coordinate axis; the value of the coordinate at that point.
    • 更多解釋
    • v.
      obstruct (someone or something) so as to prevent them from continuing to a destination: intelligence agencies intercepted a series of telephone calls I intercepted Edward on his way to work
    • n.
      an act or instance of intercepting something: he read the file of radio intercepts

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