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inter-veniō vēnī, ventus, īre,

to come between, come upon, come in, intervene, interrupt: dum sedemus, intervenit, T.: casu equites interveniunt, Cs.: ex occulto: quotiens lascivum intervenit illud, etc., is introduced, Iu.: sponsae pater intervenit, T.: orationi, L.: nonnullorum querelis.— Pass impers.: si interventum est casu: Ubi est interventum mulieri, was taken by surprise, T.— To interfere, interrupt, put a stop to: ni nox proelio intervenisset, L.: verbo intervenit omni plangor, O.: dies ludorum qui cognitionem intervenerant, Ta.—To take place, happen, occur: Nulla mihi res posthac potest iam intervenire tanta, quae, etc., T.: casus mirificus quidam intervenit, has taken place: sapienti: intervenit his cogitationibus regni cupido, L.—To stand in the way, oppose, hinder, prevent, disturb: res negitare; foedus intervenisse, S.: bellum coeptis intervenit, L.

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