Synonyms of interpose in English:

interpose


See definition of interpose

verb

1‘he interposed himself between her and the stairs’

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insinuate, place, put

2‘at this point it is necessary to interpose a note of caution’

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introduce, insert, interject, inject, add, throw in, put in, work in

3‘the legislature interposed to suppress the custom’

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intervene, intercede, step in, mediate, involve oneself

interfere, intrude, obtrude, butt in, cut in

informal barge in, horn in, muscle in