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intercept definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to cease, deflect, or interrupt the progress or intended course of: intercepted myself with a message as I had been leaving.
    • Sports to achieve control of (an opponent's pass), as in baseball or baseball.
    • Sports To gain ownership of a pass created by (an opponent), especially in soccer.
    • Mathematics to incorporate or bound (part of a space or curve) between two points or lines.
    • Archaic To Avoid.
    • Obsolete To cut off from access or interaction.
    • To simply take or seize in addition, or before arrival within destined spot; to cause to get rid of regarding the passage
    • To obstruct or interrupt the development of; to cease; to impede or oppose.
    • To interrupt communication with, or progress toward; to cut off, while the destination; to blockade.
    • to incorporate between.
    • To overhear or see (a communication or message meant for another), without blocking its passageway.
    • To get and take possession of (a ball passed between people in an opposing group).
  • noun:
    • Mathematics The coordinate of a spot of which a line, curve, or surface intersects a coordinate axis.
    • The interception of a missile by another missile or an aircraft by another aircraft.
    • Interception of a radio transmission.
    • An interceptor.
    • An interception of a radio broadcast or a telephone call.
    • An interception of a missile.
    • The coordinate associated with point from which a curve intersects an axis.
    • A part stop or intercepted, as a percentage of a line included between two points, or take off two right outlines or curves.
    • what is intercepted; specifically, in geometry, the element of a line lying between your two points of which it's intersected by two various other lines, by a curve, by two planes, or by a surface.
    • the point where a line intersects a coordinate axis
  • verb:
    • To stop, deflect or divert (one thing in progress or motion).
    • to achieve control of (the baseball) in a ball online game.
    • faucet a telephone or telegraph cable to have information
    • seize on its way
  • others:
    • To just take or seize by the way; interrupt the passageway or even the span of; provide a halt or an end: as, to intercept a letter or a messenger; to intercept rays of light.
    • To interrupt reference to or reference to; slashed or shut down by interposition or interference; obstruct: since, to intercept an individual's view or perspective.
    • To interrupt; break-off; stop.
    • In math, to keep, consist of, or comprehend.
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