Definition of "intercept"
  1. The act of obtaining information or a signal meant for someone else, typically done in secret
How to use "intercept" in a sentence
  1. In the world of intelligence, agencies often try to intercept messages from foreign governments to gather information.
  2. A hacker may attempt to intercept credit card information through malicious software.
  3. The defense team argued that the evidence was inadmissible because it was obtained through illegal intercept.

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