(of events, circumstances) to come between (others) in time; (of time) to come or be between
(of people) to interrupt sth especially to prevent a bad result
"Why did the U.S. not intervene earlier in WW II?"
"This interludes intervenes between the two movements"
"Eight days intervened"
"the war intervened between the birth of her two children"
Woodlands of birch..intervening the different estates with natural sylvan marches.
出自： De Quincey
在闹哄哄的几个星期之间有一天宁静的日子。 intervene between sth and sth
Only an instant intervened between the flash of lightning and the thunder.
A week intervenes between Christmas and New Year's Day.
Years intervened between the Civil War and the World War.
A huge and at that time apparently barren waste intervenes between the St.Lawrence basin and the fertile prairie.
在劳伦斯盆地和富饶的大草原之间是一块巨大的、在当时很显然是荒芜的土地。 intervene between sb
I would advise you not to intervene between those two drunks, you might get hurt.
我劝你不要调解那两个醉汉的争吵,你会受伤害的。 intervene between sb/sth and sb/sth
He intervenes between the physician and the patient.
The woman tried to intervene between her husband and son, but she was roughly pushed aside.
The government asked a leading lawyer to intervene between the workers and the employers in the argument over pay.
We have no intention of intervening in the internal affairs of other countries.
The president intervened in the strike.