v.攔截 [to stop, deflect, or interrupt the progress]
ex. to intercept invading missiles
ex. Heavy vegetation may intercept a large amount of precipitation on its leaves.
"On Feb. 20, 2008, a Raytheon Company SM-3 intercepted and destroyed a failing satellite containing toxic fuel "(熱血)
inter-medi a -ate
adj. 中間的 [Lying or occurring between two extremes or in a middle position or state]
ex. an aircraft having an intermediate range
ex. an intermediate level English class .
n.中間產物 [ Chemistry a derivative of the initial material formed before the desired product of a chemical process.]
n.調解人 [a person who acts between others]
n.居中者、調解人 [an intermediate agent or agency; a go-between or mediator.]
ex. They disliked each other too much to meet, so they conducted all their business through an intermediary.
ex. A financial intermediary would link saver and investor.
n.媒介 [a medium or means]
adj.中間的 [=intermediate; existing or occurring between.]
inter-chang e -able
adj.可互換的 [capable of being put or used in the place of each other]
ex. True synonyms are entirely interchangeable.
v.禁止 [ to forbid; prohibit.]
ex. to interdict trafficking in drugs
n.禁令 [any prohibitory act or decree of a court or an administrative officer.]
ex. The government has placed an interdict on abortion.
v. [Ecclesiastical . to cut off authoritatively from certain ecclesiastical functions and privileges.]
Alteration of M.E enterditen "to place under a church ban" from L. interdīcere
inter- "between" + dicere "to speak, to say"
n.干擾 [The act or an instance of hindering, obstructing, or impeding.]
ex. We oppose interference by any outside force.
n. 干擾物 [Something that hinders, obstructs, or impedes.]
ps.2 在物理上interference指的是，波的干涉現象, ex. 雙狹縫干涉 。
interference <> assistance n.協助
n.中間時期、過度時期 [an intervening time; interval; meantime]
ex. in the interim, we obviously have a duty to maintain law and order.
adj.過渡期間的 [Belonging to, serving during, or taking place during an intermediate interval of time]
ex. an interim certificate
ex. an interim license
字源：直接來自 L. interim "meantime"
n.突然的發聲 [ A sudden, short utterance]
ex. Oh my God!!
ex. Mrs. Ackerman made an interjection again.
v.使連鎖,連結 [To unite or join closely as by hooking]
ps. 就是link together的意思
ex. Hellen sits with her fingers interlocked under her chin.
ex. the five interlocking rings of the Olympics
interlocking <> independent
n.幕間節目 [ a short dramatic piece, esp. of a light or farcical character, formerly introduced between the parts or acts of miracle and morality plays or given as part of other entertainments.]
"Cirque du Soleil's(太陽馬戲團)的某個interlude-----兩個穿白衣的小丑的表演"
adj.(貶)沒完沒了的 [Being or seeming to be without an end; endless]
ex. The play dragged on, and seemed interminable.
ex. The distance seemed interminable, and the walk was most laborious.
v.使混合;使攙和 [To mix or become mixed together.]
ex. a busy trading port, where people of all races intermingle .
v.使混合;使攙和 [ to become mixed]
字源： O.E. mengan "mix"