Definition of "supervene"
  1. To occur unexpectedly as an additional or later development, outside the normal progression of something else, typically countering or changing its effect
How to use "supervene" in a sentence
  1. The regulations were already set, but a supervene event caused a major shift in the enforcement guidelines.
  2. Though the plan was in place, a new factor seemed to supervene, derailing the initial framework of the project.
  3. Unexpected climatic changes may supervene during an environmental study, leading to changes in the final report results.

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