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— as in: intervened in the war
They do not like America to
in the Middle East.
get involved — typically without welcome
— as in: in the intervening years
I knew her as a child and then saw her again in college. She had grown into a beautiful woman during the
passage of time — especially between two events
Much more rarely,
can simply mean to be between without a sense of time — as in: "You can’t walk from one hill to the other because an impassable river intervenes."
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