intervenir


intervenir
v.
1 to tap.
El tipo interviene el proyecto The guy tap the project.
2 to seize (incautarse de).
3 to audit (finance) (cuentas).
La contraloría interviene a la empresa The comptroller audits the company.
4 to take part.
intervino en varias películas cómicas (en discusión, debate) she appeared in several comedy films
en la evolución de la economía intervienen muchos factores several different factors play a part in the state of the economy
después del presidente intervino el Sr. Ramírez Mr Ramirez spoke after the president
5 to intervene (interferir, imponer el orden).
El juez interviene a veces The judge intervenes sometimes.
6 to operate on, to perform surgery on, to make an intervention on.
Te interviene el Dr. Pérez Dr. Perez makes an operation on you.
7 to take over, to take control of, to take over the operation of.
El socio interviene la empresa The associate takes over the operation of..
8 to confiscate, to seize.
La corte interviene sus bienes The court seized his belongings.
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intervenir
Conjugation model [VENIR], like {{link=venir}}venir
verbo intransitivo
1 (tomar parte) to take part (en, in); (mediar) to intervene
2 (interrumpir) to intervene
3 (hablar) to speak (en, at)
verbo transitivo
1 MEDICINA to operate on
2 (alijo, mercancía) to seize
3 (teléfono) to tap
4 (cuentas) to audit
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verb
1) to intervene
2) take part
3) operate
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1. VI
1) (=tomar parte) to take part

no intervino en el debate — he did not take part in the debate

la reyerta en la que intervino el acusado — the brawl in which the defendant took part o was involved

2) (=injerirse) to intervene

España rehusó intervenir militarmente — Spain refused to intervene militarily

la policía intervino para separar a las dos pandillas — the police intervened to separate the two gangs

3) (=mediar)

el presidente intervino para que se pudiera llegar a un acuerdo — the president mediated o interceded so that an agreement could be reached

intervino para que los sacaran de la cárcel — he used his influence to get them out of prison

las circunstancias que intervinieron en mi dimisión — the circumstances that influenced my resignation

él no intervino en la decisión — he did not have a hand in the decision

2. VT
1) (=controlar) to take over, take control of

la junta militar intervino todas las cadenas estatales — the junta took over o took control of all the state-run channels

el gobierno intervino a los ferroviarios — the government took over o took control of the railworkers' union

2) (Com) [+ cuenta] to audit; [+ banco, empresa] to take into administration; [+ cuenta, bienes] to freeze
3) (Med) to operate on

lo intervinieron quirúrgicamente — he was operated on

4) [+ droga, armas, patrimonio, bienes] to confiscate, seize
5) [+ teléfono] to tap
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1.
verbo intransitivo
a) (en debate, operación) to take part; (en espectáculo) to appear, perform
b) (mediar) to intervene, intercede (frml)

en mi decisión intervinieron muchos factores — there were many factors involved in my decision

c) (tomar parte) to intervene

tuvieron que intervenir en la pelea — they had to intervene to stop the fight

no quiso intervenir en la pelea — he didn't want to get involved in the fight

2.
intervenir vt
1)
a) <teléfono> to tap
b) (tomar control de) <empresa> to place ... in administration
c) (inspeccionar) <cuentas> to audit, inspect
d) <armas/droga> to seize, confiscate
e) (AmL) <universidad/emisora> to take over the running of, take control of
2) (operar) to operate on

fue intervenido en una clínica privada — he underwent surgery in a private clinic

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= go into, have + a hand in, step in, intervene, jump in, obtrude (into), cut in, mediate, intersect, come into + play, call into + play, wiretap [wire-tap], weigh in, chime in.
Ex. As something you may or may not know, every item going into the processing stream is assigned a priority, and our judgment will in many cases be different from yours, as our needs will be different from yours.
Ex. For the benefit of all users of the thesaurus who have not had a hand in its initial compilation some written record describing the anticipated use of the thesaurus is valuable.
Ex. Furthermore, children can be misled by group influences into reading truly pernicious material (hard core ponography, for example) and when this happens adults have a clear responsibility to step in and do something about it.
Ex. And again, this is a point at which the teacher may need to intervene to provide examples.
Ex. The unhappy tendency among teachers -- an occupational neurosis -- is to jump in too early and too often, especially if the talk wanders from direct comments about books under consideration.
Ex. The librarian will provide whatever help is required without obtruding into the process.
Ex. 'I'm not sure what 'arbitrary and capricious' means,' Stanton cut in reasonably.
Ex. School library media professionals who mediate in the learning experiences of students must be well informed critical thinkers.
Ex. Contingency plans can be devised to intersect at several points on this time continuum.
Ex. There are, of course, all sorts of other considerations which come into play in determining the income which a publisher might obtain from a book.
Ex. Ethical principles are called into play when deliberating about values, particularly when values run into conflict.
Ex. The implementation of this system would enable law enforcement agencies to wiretap all digital communication.
Ex. If Division VIII is best positioned to weigh in on terminology, Division VIII should do so and the rest of us should follow that lead.
Ex. A few members of this list have done this, so wait for them to chime in here.
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* intervenir con = chime in with.
* intervenir en un conflicto = enter + conflict.
* que intervienen = at play.
* si no intervienen otros factores = ceteris paribus, all (other) things being equal.
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1.
verbo intransitivo
a) (en debate, operación) to take part; (en espectáculo) to appear, perform
b) (mediar) to intervene, intercede (frml)

en mi decisión intervinieron muchos factores — there were many factors involved in my decision

c) (tomar parte) to intervene

tuvieron que intervenir en la pelea — they had to intervene to stop the fight

no quiso intervenir en la pelea — he didn't want to get involved in the fight

2.
intervenir vt
1)
a) <teléfono> to tap
b) (tomar control de) <empresa> to place ... in administration
c) (inspeccionar) <cuentas> to audit, inspect
d) <armas/droga> to seize, confiscate
e) (AmL) <universidad/emisora> to take over the running of, take control of
2) (operar) to operate on

fue intervenido en una clínica privada — he underwent surgery in a private clinic

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= go into, have + a hand in, step in, intervene, jump in, obtrude (into), cut in, mediate, intersect, come into + play, call into + play, wiretap [wire-tap], weigh in, chime in.

Ex: As something you may or may not know, every item going into the processing stream is assigned a priority, and our judgment will in many cases be different from yours, as our needs will be different from yours.

Ex: For the benefit of all users of the thesaurus who have not had a hand in its initial compilation some written record describing the anticipated use of the thesaurus is valuable.
Ex: Furthermore, children can be misled by group influences into reading truly pernicious material (hard core ponography, for example) and when this happens adults have a clear responsibility to step in and do something about it.
Ex: And again, this is a point at which the teacher may need to intervene to provide examples.
Ex: The unhappy tendency among teachers -- an occupational neurosis -- is to jump in too early and too often, especially if the talk wanders from direct comments about books under consideration.
Ex: The librarian will provide whatever help is required without obtruding into the process.
Ex: 'I'm not sure what 'arbitrary and capricious' means,' Stanton cut in reasonably.
Ex: School library media professionals who mediate in the learning experiences of students must be well informed critical thinkers.
Ex: Contingency plans can be devised to intersect at several points on this time continuum.
Ex: There are, of course, all sorts of other considerations which come into play in determining the income which a publisher might obtain from a book.
Ex: Ethical principles are called into play when deliberating about values, particularly when values run into conflict.
Ex: The implementation of this system would enable law enforcement agencies to wiretap all digital communication.
Ex: If Division VIII is best positioned to weigh in on terminology, Division VIII should do so and the rest of us should follow that lead.
Ex: A few members of this list have done this, so wait for them to chime in here.
* intervenir con = chime in with.
* intervenir en un conflicto = enter + conflict.
* que intervienen = at play.
* si no intervienen otros factores = ceteris paribus, all (other) things being equal.

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intervenir [I31 ]
vi
1 (en un debate) to take part; (en un espectáculo) to appear, perform; (en una operación) to take part
2 (mediar) to intervene, intercede (frml)
intervino ante el director a nuestro favor she intervened o interceded on our behalf with the director
en mi decisión han intervenido muchos factores many factors have had a bearing on my decision
3 (involucrarse, inmiscuirse) to intervene, get involved
no pensamos intervenir en los problemas internos de otros países we do not intend intervening o getting involved in the internal affairs of other countries
los profesores tuvieron que intervenir en la pelea the teachers had to intervene to stop the fight
no quiso intervenir en la pelea he didn't want to get involved in the fight
■ intervenir
vt
A
1 ‹teléfono› to tap
2 (tomar control de) ‹empresa› to place … in administration
3 (inspeccionar) ‹cuentas› to audit, inspect
4 ‹armas/droga› to seize, confiscate
5 (AmL) ‹universidad/emisora› to take over the running of, take control of
B (operar) to operate on
fue intervenido en una clínica privada he had his operation o he was operated on o he underwent surgery in a private clinic
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intervenir (conjugate intervenir) verbo intransitivo
a) (en debate, operación) to take part;

(en espectáculo) to appear, perform
b) (mediar) to intervene, intercede (frml);

en mi decisión intervinieron muchos factores there were many factors involved in my decision;

intervenir en una pelea to intervene o step in to stop a fight;

(involucrarse) to get involved in a fight
verbo transitivo
1
a)teléfonoto tap

b) (tomar control de) ‹empresato place … in administration

c) (inspeccionar) ‹cuentasto audit, inspect

d)armas/drogato seize, confiscate

2 (operar) to operate on;
fue intervenido en una clínica privada he underwent surgery in a private clinic

intervenir
I vi (mediar) to intervene [en, in]
(participar) to take part [en, in]: me gustaría intervenir en el debate, I'd like to take part in the debate
II verbo transitivo
1 (un alijo de droga, etc) to confiscate, to seize: la policía ha intervenido la droga en la frontera, the police seized the drugs at the border
2 (bloquear una cuenta bancaria) to block o freeze: el juez ha intervenido su cuenta, the judge froze his bank account
(auditar) to audit
3 (un teléfono) to tap: me parece que la línea está intervenida, I think they put a tap on our phone
4 Med (a un paciente) to operate on: le van a intervenir mañana a las nueve, they're performing her surgery tomorrow at nine o'clock
'intervenir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
mediar
- terciar
English:
intervene
- join in
- step in
- interest
- move
- operate
- step
- tap
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intervenir
vt
1. [operar]
intervenir (quirúrgicamente) to operate on
2. Com [cuentas] to audit
3. [teléfono, línea] to tap;
[correspondencia] to open
4. [incautarse de] to seize
5. Am [institución privada] to put into administration
vi
1. [participar] to take part (en in); [en pelea, discusión] to get involved (en in);
intervino en varias películas cómicas she appeared in several comedy films;
en la evolución de la economía intervienen muchos factores several different factors play a part in the state of the economy;
después del presidente intervino el Sr. Ramírez Mr Ramirez spoke after the president;
yo quisiera intervenir para decir que no estamos de acuerdo con la propuesta I would just like to say something: we do not agree with the proposal;
¿alguien más quisiera intervenir sobre esta cuestión? would anyone else like so say something on this issue?
2. [interferir, imponer el orden] to intervene (en in);
la policía tuvo que intervenir para separar a las dos aficiones the police had to intervene to separate the two groups of fans
3. [mediar] to intervene, to intercede;
su padre intervino ante su madre para que lo dejara salir his father spoke to his mother to persuade her to let him go out;
la ONU intervino para lograr un acuerdo the UN intervened o interceded in order to get an agreement
4. [operar]
intervenir (quirúrgicamente) to operate
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intervenir
I v/i intervene; en debate, congreso take part, participate; en película, espectáculo appear
II v/t
1 TELEC tap
2 contrabando seize
3 MED operate on
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intervenir {87} vi
1) : to take part
2) interceder: to intervene, to intercede
intervenir vt
1) : to control, to supervise
2) : to audit
3) : to operate on
4) : to tap (a telephone)
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intervenir vb
1. (interponerse) to intervene
tuvo que intervenir el profesor the teacher had to intervene
2. (tomar parte) to take part [pt. took; pp. taken]
en esa película intervino mucha gente a lot of people took part in the film
3. (operar) to operate on
tuvieron que intervenirlo de urgencia he had to be operated on urgently

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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