To cut into or between; to cut or cross mutually; to divide into parts.
“Parallel lines don’t intersect.”
“Any two diameters of a circle intersect each other at the centre.”
Of two sets, to have at least one element in common.
To stop, deflect or divert (something in progress or motion).
“The police intercepted the package of stolen goods while it was in transit.”
To gain possession of (the ball) in a ball game
To take or comprehend between.
An interception of a radio broadcast or a telephone call.
An interception of a missile.
The coordinate of the point at which a curve intersects an axis.
A form of market research where consumers are intercepted and interviewed in a retail store or mall.