Definition von intercept

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Synonyme von "intercept"
Synonyme von "intercept"
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Deutsch Definition von "intercept"
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Chade had somehow discovered that I had left the castle and had sent Starling to intercept me and de. Robin Hobb THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN (2002)Used to hang around the school gates trying to intercept him till I warned him off. Moore, Margaret FORESTS OF THE NIGHT (2002)I reached the door of the room just in time to intercept Chade's page. Robin Hobb THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN (2002)Marina had woken up, found out he had cut and run, and asked someone from the hotel staff to intercept him. José Latour HAVANA BEST FRIENDS (2002)

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Übersetzungen für intercept

Britisches Englisch: intercept VERB
If you intercept someone or something that is travelling from one place to another, you stop them before they get to their destination.
Police officers intercepted him on his way to the airport.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: intercept
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: interceptar
  • Chinesisch: 拦截
  • Europäisches Spanisch: interceptar
  • Französisch: intercepter
  • Deutsch: abfangen
  • Italienisch: fermare
  • Japanisch: >途中で止める人・物を
  • Koreanisch: 방해하다
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: intercetar
  • Spanisch: interceptar


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