动词过去式:interposed 过去分词:interposed 现在分词:interposing 第三人称单数:interposes 名词:interposal
pos＝to place,to put（置,放）
v (fml 文)
1 [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sb/sth (between A and B) place sb/sth between others 使某人[某事物]介入二者之间
*He interposed his considerable bulk (ie body) between me and the window, so that I could not see out. 他个头很大, 夹在我和窗户之间, 我看不见外边的东西了.
2 [I, Tn] interrupt, esp by making (a remark) 打断谈话; （尤指）插入（言语）
*`But how do you know that?' he interposed. ｀那么你是怎么知道那件事的呢?＇他插嘴问道.
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: French;Origin: interposer, from Latin interponere, from ponere 'to put']
to put yourself or something else between two other things
She interposed herself between the general and his wife.
to say something when other people are having a conversation or argument, interrupting them
'That might be difficult,' interposed Regina.