verb (interpos, ing)
Etymology: Middle French interposer, modification (influenced by poser to put, place) of Latin interponere (perfect stem interpos-), from inter- + ponere to put, place
- (transitive) To insert something (or oneself) between other things.
- (transitive) To interrupt a conversation by introducing a different subject or making a comment.
- (intransitive) To be inserted between parts or things.
- (intransitive) To intervene in a dispute, or in a conversation.
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