English words and Examples of Usage

use "intervene" in a sentence

The IMF will then be able to evaluate whether to intervene," he said.

The autopilot doesn't intervene, even when there's a collision warning.

Some want Israel to intervene in a conflict that it is keen to keep out of.

There is no escape!” that the assistants felt compelled to intervene.

Before the clashes ended, the camp's commander called on tribal fighters to intervene.

States would be required to intervene in schools where students aren't making progress.

The gunman also killed Anastasia Baburova, right, who may have been trying to intervene.

Larry Wellman was shot when he tried to intervene in an armed robbery at the hotel's bar.

However views are divided on how and when to intervene in order to protect children.

He told Radio-Canada there are 30 RIC-trained agents on call ready to intervene at any time.

Tuttauk said repair costs will significantly increase unless the province decides to intervene.

Congressman Paul Cook describes himself as “a facilitator prepared to intervene if called upon.”

For example, police will intervene if a store sells marijuana to minors, or is deemed unsanitary.

Ministers are under pressure to intervene and for many, Friday's steel summit won't go far enough.

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