- vi. 干涉；调停；插入
- 1.the period which intervenes between March 5 and June 5
- 2.Japan started to intervene in the stock market in 1991 after prices halved after the "bubble economy" burst.
- 3.Their stated aims, particularly when they are first proposing that the government intervene, are usually more modest, and more plausible.
- 1.get involved, so as to alter or hinder an action, or through force or threat of force
- 2.be placed or located between other things or extend between spaces and events
- 3.occur between other event or between certain points of time
- 干预; 插入,干扰; 干涉/干预; 干涉;
- intervene administratively
- Intervene marriage
- intervene in
- 干预; 干涉，干预; 插入; 干涉,干预;
- Chaos Intervene