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horn in

verb phrasal verb with horn
to interrupt or try to become involved in something when you are not welcome: Julie is always trying to horn in on our conversations.
Translations of “horn in”
in Chinese (Traditional) 強行插話, 強行參與…
in Chinese (Simplified) 强行插话, 强行参与…
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