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Synonyms for intervene



  • interrupt
  • involve yourself
  • put your oar in
  • interpose yourself
  • put your two cents in

Synonyms for intervene

get involved, so as to alter or hinder an action, or through force or threat of force

be placed or located between other things or extend between spaces and events

Related Words

occur between other event or between certain points of time

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The objective of this article was to investigate the specialists' view of competences in design management, joints and intervenient factors in Brazilian fashion industry.
By adopting the intervenient Stackelberg game model, the proposed scheme is designed as an iterative feedback process approach.
Reading in translation--with a knowledge of its relational ways--can encourage awareness of the intervenient power of the translator and the polyphony of language itself.
Titius is bound to the Soveraigne Power of Almighty God: And all tho a kind of intervenient right of propriety happens between Titius and Gaius by this promise; And therefore Gaius may change the matter of it by releasing that Obligation, yet so long as that Obligation continues not so releas'd the Contract, stands under the Signature and Law of Almighty God, who in the voice of Nature hath proclaimed this Law (f) to be observed by all Men, fides est servanda; And under (g) the Obligation of that Law, Titius demands as long as the matter of (h) his promise stands unalter'd by the consent of Gaius.
Although the mediating effect is important, prior studies have not investigated this intervenient relationship.
The fact that the intervenient factors can interact between themselves, the relation between pollutant concentrations and health is even more complex [10].
For homogeneous rock, tensile joint surface formed by the perforation of panache structures (consists of pinnated veins, ridged sign, and steep bank) made by mode I crack expansion is usually more undulant; shear joint surface formed by mode II crack expansion consists of slickensided and stepped features and is commonly less undulant; and undulating degree of joint surfaces formed by mode III crack expansion is intervenient between those of the abovementioned two kinds of joint surfaces.
It is reported that a mixed layer of two materials has an intervenient energy level between those of two materials [26, 34].
The plethora of intervenient cytokines and their often pleiotropic range of actions demand our attention to better understand luteal angiogenesis regulation.
This indicates the absence of clarity in the relations of relevant intervenient factors and dependencies with the capabilities results (Barney, 2001; Eisenhardt & Martin, 2000; Lavie, 2006; Rivkin, 2000; Sirmon et al., 2007).