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Physical or MetaphoricalPlay
Intercept can refer to physically stopping something or preventing information from reaching its destination. SlideThe goalie intercepted the ball.
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Proactive ActionPlay
Using 'intercept' often implies a planned or deliberate action to prevent something. SlideAgents will intercept the smuggled goods at the border.
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Security ContextPlay
'Intercept' is commonly used in contexts involving security, like military or police operations. SlideThe security team intercepted the intruder.