intervene definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • ahead, appear, or lay between a couple of things: you cannot look at lake from there due to the fact house intervenes.
    • in the future or take place between two times or points of the time: A year intervened between your two dynasties.
    • to happen as an extraneous or unplanned scenario: He would have his degree at this point if their laziness had not intervened.
    • To involve oneself in a situation in order to alter or impede an action or development: "Every gardener faces alternatives how and how much to intervene in nature's processes” ( Dora Galitzki).
    • To interfere, frequently through power or threat of force, inside matters of some other nation.
    • Law To enter into a suit as a third party for your very own passions.
    • To come between, or even to be between, people or things; -- accompanied by between.
    • to take place, fall, or come between, points period, or events
    • To interpose.
    • In a suit to which you have maybe not already been made an event, to put forth a defense of one's desire for the subject-matter.
  • verb:
    • ahead between, or even be between, individuals or things; -- followed closely by between; because, the Mediterranean intervenes between Europe and Africa.
    • To occur, fall, or come-between, points period, or occasions; as, an immediate intervened involving the flash and the report; nothing intervened ( i. e., between your objective therefore the execution) to prevent the task.
    • To interpose; as, to intervene to settle a quarrel; get involved, in order to modify or hinder an action
    • In a suit to which one has not been made an event, to place forth a defense of your respective desire for the subject matter.
    • be placed or located between other items or extend between spaces and events
    • take place between various other occasion or between specific points period
    • become involved, so as to modify or impede an action, or through force or threat of power
  • verb-transitive:
    • ahead between.
  • noun:
    • A coming between; input; meeting.
    • A coming together; a meeting.
  • others:
    • To come between; fall or happen between things, persons, times, or activities; be advanced, or appear or take place intermediately.
    • ahead between in act; work intermediately or mediatorially; interfere or interpose, as between individuals, parties, or says.
    • in-law, to interpose and be a celebration to a suit pending between various other parties: since, stockholders may intervene in a suit against directors.
    • To come between; divide.

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