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intericiō iēcī, iectus, ere

inter+iacio, to throw between, set between, intersperse, join, intermix: legionarias intericiunt cohortes, Cs.: id interiecit inter individuum atque id, quod, etc.: his maestis laetitia intericitur, Ta.: preces et minas, to intervene with, Ta.—Mostly P. pass., placed between, interposed, interspersed, inserted, intervening, intermingled, intermediate: longo intervallo interiecto: brevi spatio interiecto, after a short interval, Cs.: quo (anno) interiecto, after a year: paucis interiectis diebus, after a few days, L.: interim, hac morā interiectā, during this delay, Cs.: nasus oculis interiectus: aer inter mare et caelum: inter has personas me interiectum.—Plur n. as subst.: interiecta inter Romam et Arpos, L.

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