from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that intercepts, specifically a fast-climbing, highly maneuverable fighter plane designed to intercept enemy aircraft or a guided missile designed to intercept enemy missiles and spacecraft.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Anything that intercepts another
- n. A fast, maneuverable fighter aircraft designed to intercept and destroy enemy aircraft before they can attack
- n. A guided missile designed to intercept and destroy enemy missiles
- n. In Architecture / Engineering, A device to trap, remove, or separate deleterious, hazardous, or undesirable matter (such as oil, grease, gasoline, sand, and sediment) from normal waste conveyed through it, permitting normal sewage or liquid wastes to discharge into the disposal terminal by gravity.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as intercepter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as intercepter.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a fast maneuverable fighter plane designed to intercept enemy aircraft
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A mobile phone call interceptor device (Credit: ESD Group) "People have this misconception that if they're using a 3G phone their call cannot be intercepted because the 3G network provides them with a bit more security," Goldsmith said.
Russia has completed preliminary testing of a long-term interceptor missile for the advanced S-400 missile-defense system, the chief of the Almaz-Antei design bureau said on Wednesday.
And which the president, at least, has been happy to accept the notion of interceptor missiles.
To prevent contamination infiltrating from the surface, a ditch (known as the interceptor drain) diverts surface water away from the spring box and a fence keeps animals out of the spring area.
MR. BELL: The distinction is between a space-based interceptor -- in other words, something that is deployed in space, an orbiting satellite that actually kills a target either by shooting a rocket at it or zapping it with a laser -- on the one hand, and things that are orbiting in space that are sensors, or satellites that are designed as adjuncts to complement a ground-base missile defense program.
Next in the hierarchy is the primary drainage system, composed of main drains, sometimes called interceptor drains.
This chap is using a Pulmeister 101 single seat interceptor, which is apparently the longest-range machine he can pinch without anybody noticing too much. '
Quoting unnamed defense sources, Kyodo said the deployment of the interceptor was a precautionary measure as Japan cooperates with the U.S. military on the looming missile threat.
CR4 allows you to "subscribe" to a discussion The spy phone-call interceptor is the ultimate in surveillance technology - surveillance technology and allows you to listen into on going conversations on the target phone.
"Israel already hosts a U.S. strategic radar, X-band, and its Arrow II missile interceptor, which is partly underwritten by Washington, is inter-operable with Aegis."