ushlamoq, qo'lga olmoq, to'xtatmoq, o'chirmoq
- ushlamoqtutiboldiniInterceptorbilan kesishgan
Noun(1) the point at which a line intersects a coordinate axis
Verb(1) seize on its way(2) tap a telephone or telegraph wire to get information
(1) Because the intercept was expected to pass through the origin, it was fixed at zero for each fit.(2) It also said turf wars between police officers, Special Branch units and intelligence agencies were holding back attempts to intercept terrorists.(3) The slope and intercept are calculated by a linear least squares program.(4) Since they are flying objects nobody from the ground will be able to intercept them and seize the confidential letters.(5) Some government agencies intercept satellite and other transmissions.(6) To the fore came satellite imagery and the National Security Agency's capacity to intercept communications.(7) Thus, it must be something that is happening in the atmosphere to intercept solar radiation.(8) This relationship is decreasing, with a slope and intercept significantly different from zero.(9) But fortunately, our intelligence were able to intercept his plans to blow up these planes about 8 or 9 years ago, but he has been on the run since then.(10) Likelihood and regression analyses give slightly different estimates of the slope and intercept .(11) a second prism can be swung in to intercept the light beam(12) The intercept of the extrapolated regression line and x-axis was taken to be an estimate of the presentation time.(13) It does not, as some people have tried to characterise it, extend the powers of the police, the Security Intelligence Service, or other Government agencies to intercept material.(14) At points like Green Corner or any of the other intersections along Park Street, a handful of policemen could be seen, wholly incapable of preventing crime or intercepting criminals.(15) But these officials said they are not certain how reliable the information is and said there are no radio intercepts or other types of evidence to corroborate the reports.(16) Players in the zone perform more game changing moves, like forcing fumbles or interceptions , or breaking tackles or opening holes for larger plays.
(1) intercept :: ushlamoq
1. stop ::
2. bug ::
Different Formsintercept, intercepted, intercepting, interceptor, interceptors, intercepts
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