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Intercalates

ɪnˈtəːkəleɪt

Meanings of Intercalates:

verb

Insert (an intercalary period) in a calendar.

Usage examples:

A system was introduced to intercalate an extra month in the calendar

Meanings of Intercalating:

verb

Insert (an intercalary period) in a calendar.

Usage examples:

A system was introduced to intercalate an extra month in the calendar

Intercarpal

ɪn.təˈkɑː.pəl

Meanings of Intercarpal:

adjective

Between the carpal bones (= small bones in the wrist)

Usage examples:

An intercarpal ligament

Meanings of Interceded:

verb

Intervene on behalf of another.

Usage examples:

I prayed that she would intercede for us

Meanings of Intercedes:

verb

Intervene on behalf of another.

Usage examples:

I prayed that she would intercede for us

Interceding

ˌɪntəˈsiːd

Meanings of Interceding:

verb

Intervene on behalf of another.

Usage examples:

I prayed that she would intercede for us

Intercellular

ˌɪn.təˈsel.jə.lər

Meanings of Intercellular:

adjective

Located or occurring between cells.

Usage examples:

Intercellular spaces

Meanings of Intercensal:

adjective

Relating to the interval between two censuses.

Usage examples:

The long-term decline in the number recorded as church of ireland, presbyterian and methodist was r…

Meanings of Intercept:

verb

Obstruct (someone or something) so as to prevent them from continuing to a destination.

Usage examples:

Intelligence agencies intercepted a series of telephone calls
noun

An act or instance of intercepting something.

Usage examples:

He read the file of radio intercepts

Meanings of Intercepted:

verb

Obstruct (someone or something) so as to prevent them from continuing to a destination.

Usage examples:

Intelligence agencies intercepted a series of telephone calls
noun

An act or instance of intercepting something.

Usage examples:

He read the file of radio intercepts

Intercepting

ˌɪn.təˈsept

Meanings of Intercepting:

verb

Obstruct (someone or something) so as to prevent them from continuing to a destination.

Usage examples:

Intelligence agencies intercepted a series of telephone calls
noun

An act or instance of intercepting something.

Usage examples:

He read the file of radio intercepts

Interception

ˌɪn.təˈsep.ʃən

Meanings of Interception:

noun

The action or fact of preventing someone or something from continuing to a destination.

Usage examples:

The interception of arms shipments

Interceptions

ˌɪn.təˈsep.ʃən

Meanings of Interceptions:

noun

The action or fact of preventing someone or something from continuing to a destination.

Usage examples:

The interception of arms shipments

Interceptive

ˌɪn.tə.rəˈsep.tɪv

Meanings of Interceptive:

adjective

Relating to interoception (= the feeling of knowing what is happening in your body, for example if you are hungry, thirsty, warm, cold, etc.)

Usage examples:

The interoceptive system gives us the ability to feel what is happening inside our body., interocep…

Interceptor

ɪntəˈsɛptə

Meanings of Interceptor:

noun

A person or thing that intercepts.

Usage examples:

Approximately 4,600 small interceptors would be deployed in orbit, each capable of homing in on and…

Meanings of Interceptors:

noun

A person or thing that intercepts.

Usage examples:

Approximately 4,600 small interceptors would be deployed in orbit, each capable of homing in on and…

Intercepts

ˌɪn.təˈsept

Meanings of Intercepts:

verb

Obstruct (someone or something) so as to prevent them from continuing to a destination.

Usage examples:

Intelligence agencies intercepted a series of telephone calls
noun

An act or instance of intercepting something.

Usage examples:

He read the file of radio intercepts

Intercession

ˌɪn.təˈseʃ.ən

Meanings of Intercession:

noun

The action of intervening on behalf of another.

Usage examples:

He only escaped ruin by the intercession of his peers with the king

Intercessor

ˈɪntəˌsɛsə

Meanings of Intercessor:

noun

A person who intervenes on behalf of another, especially by prayer.

Usage examples:

They rejected the notion that an intercessor was needed to appeal to god

Intercessors

ˈɪntəˌsɛsə

Meanings of Intercessors:

noun

A person who intervenes on behalf of another, especially by prayer.

Usage examples:

They rejected the notion that an intercessor was needed to appeal to god

Interchange

ˌɪn.təˈtʃeɪndʒ

Meanings of Interchange:

verb

(of two or more people) exchange (things) with each other.

Usage examples:

Superior and subordinates freely interchange information
noun

The action of interchanging people or things.

Usage examples:

The interchange of ideas

Interchangeable

ˌɪn.təˈtʃeɪn.dʒə.bəl

Meanings of Interchangeable:

adjective

(of two things) able to be interchanged.

Usage examples:

Eyepieces are interchangeable and one can use any eyepiece with any telescope

Meanings of Interchangeably:

adverb

In a way that can be exchanged.

Usage examples:

In this book, the word flavour is used interchangeably with aroma

Interchanged

ˌɪn.təˈtʃeɪndʒ

Meanings of Interchanged:

verb

(of two or more people) exchange (things) with each other.

Usage examples:

Superior and subordinates freely interchange information
noun

The action of interchanging people or things.

Usage examples:

The interchange of ideas

Interchanges

ˌɪn.təˈtʃeɪndʒ

Meanings of Interchanges:

verb

(of two or more people) exchange (things) with each other.

Usage examples:

Superior and subordinates freely interchange information
noun

The action of interchanging people or things.

Usage examples:

The interchange of ideas

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