interpose interpose  /ˌɪn tər ˈpoʊz/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) be or come between
  2. (v) introduce
  3. (v) to insert between other elements
  4. (v) get involved, so as to alter or hinder an action, or through force or threat of force

Usage(s):

  1. I do not feel that I should interpose any objection to such entry.
  2. I do not feel that I should interpose any objection to such entry.

News

  1. Recording studio in U.P. creates music

    Iron River, Mich. — The Upper Peninsula may seem like an unlikely location for a recording studio but the owner of Interpose Productions in Iron River would not have it any other way.
    on October 6, 2013     Source: Detroit News

  2. Recording studio in U.P. finds unlikely success

    The Upper Peninsula may seem like an unlikely location for a recording studio but the owner of Interpose Productions in Iron River would not have it any other way.
    on October 6, 2013     Source: Detroit Free Press

Quotes

  1. "A redeployment would allow us to continue training Iraqi troops and delivering economic assistance, but it would end the US attempt to interpose ourselves between Iraqi sectarian factions," Lugar said.
    on Jun 26, 2007 By: Richard Lugar Source: Indianapolis Star

  2. "They certainly didn't lean on the Afghans" to trade the prisoners, Luttwak said. "But they didn't interpose themselves. They left them have it."
    on Mar 21, 2007 By: Edward Luttwak Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "The reason we put those reserves out there is in effect a response to the fact that banks aren't lending to each other and they are not lending to the private sector," Kohn said today. "We have had to interpose our balance sheet to where...
    on Nov 18, 2008 By: Donald Kohn Source: Bloomberg

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