Interpose - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˌɪntərˈpəʊz|  American pronunciation of the word interpose
Brit.  |ɪntəˈpəʊz|  British pronunciation of the word interpose


- be or come between
- introduce
God interposed death
- to insert between other elements (syn: come in, inject, interject, put in, throw in)
- get involved, so as to alter or hinder an action, or through force or threat of force (syn: interfere, intervene, step in)

Extra examples

The new system has interposed a bureaucratic barrier between doctors and patients.

He tried to interpose himself between the people who were fighting.

Please allow me to interpose a brief observation.

The investigated material is interposed between the two lenses.

He quickly interposed himself between Jack and Alice.

She interposed herself between the general and his wife.

'That might be difficult,' interposed Regina.

Will they interpose their veto yet again?

God interposed death

Word forms

I/you/we/they: interpose
he/she/it: interposes
present participle: interposing
past tense: interposed
past participle: interposed
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