1. to take, seize, or halt (someone or something on the way from one place to another); cut off from an intended destination: to intercept a messenger.
2. to see or overhear (a message, transmission, etc., meant for another): We intercepted the enemy's battle plan.
3. to stop or check (passage, travel, etc.): to intercept the traitor's escape.
4. Sports. to take possession of (a ball or puck) during an attempted pass by an opposing team.
5. to stop or interr
"conversations can be intercepted."
"traffics can be intercepted."
"messages can be intercepted."
"informations can be intercepted."
"calls can be intercepted."
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