Bedeutung von “interfere” — Learner’s Dictionary

interfere

verb [ I ] us uk /ˌɪntəˈfɪər/
I know my parents mean well, but I wish they wouldn't interfere.I asked where he was but I was accused of interfering.You have no right to interfere.Perhaps I shouldn't interfere but I hate to see a young man wasting his life.I'm fed up of him interfering in my love life.

B2 to try to control or become involved in a situation, in a way that is annoying:

I know he's worried about us, but I wish he wouldn't interfere.
You shouldn't interfere in other people's business.

(Definition von “interfere” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)