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interpose (verb), interposes; interposed; interposing
1. To interrupt either verbally or by placing something or oneself between other people or objects: The teacher, Mrs. Dawson, interposed herself between the two boys who were fighting.
2. To say something as an interruption: Becky is always interposing herself into the conversations of other people.

During the TV debate, one of the other participants suggested that he would like to interpose a personal comment.

To intrude or to come between.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “interposes
To intrude or to place between something, or someone; to interrupt verbally or physically. (1)