- n. 截取；妨碍；截距
- vt. 拦截；阻止
- vt. 拦截; 截击 stop and usually catch or destroy (sb or sth moving from one place to another)
the point at which a line intersects a coordinate axis
seize on its way;
"The fighter plane was ordered to intercept an aircraft that had entered the country's airspace"
tap a telephone or telegraph wire to get information;
"The FBI was tapping the phone line of the suspected spy"
"Is this hotel room bugged?"
- You are a warrior without intercept in that scenario.
- I don't,and I don't think you will either after you hear this next intercept.
- Now, no.6 is running up to intercept.
- It is illegal to intercept a letter or parcel before it is delivered.
- The tactical flinch will intercept whatever he's doing and inflict some pain.
- Reporters intercepted him as he tried to leave by the rear entrance.
- See if you can intercept her before she gets here.
- The police intercepted the flight of the escaped criminal and put him back in jail.
- Can our fighter-planes intercept the enemy's bombers?
- We intercepted the enemy's battle plan.
- We intercepted and decoded a secret message from their embassy.
- An illegal shipment of arms was intercepted at the airport.
A shortage of letters led him to suspect..that his mail was being intercepted.出自： M. Meyer
They were detected by our radar, and intercepted by two Spitfires.出自： R. V. Jones
Hilda intercepted her gaze.出自： M. Drabble
Are you suggesting..that the Russian messages intercepted at Bletchley are not genuine?出自： F. Nolan