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interception

noun in·ter·cep·tion \ˌin-tər-ˈsep-shən\

Definition of INTERCEPTION

1
a :  the action of intercepting
b :  the state of being intercepted
2
:  something that is intercepted; especially :  an intercepted forward pass

First Known Use of INTERCEPTION

15th century

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