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.(noun)
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Use "interceptor" in a sentence
"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."