interferencenoun [U]uk /ˌɪn.təˈfɪə.rəns/ us /-t̬ɚˈfɪr.əns/
- The political subtext of her novel is a criticism of government interference in individual lives.
- In the end he moved to another part of the country to escape his mother's continual interference in his private life.
- They dreamed of a new world order, composed of co-operating independent nation states, free from outside interference.
- Now can I please get on with the job, without any more interference from you?
- I'm sorry if he sees it as interference - we were only trying to be helpful.
- a piece/slice of the action idiom
- be in bed with idiom
- get in on sth
- glom onto sth/sb
- have a finger in every pie idiom
- have a finger in the pie idiom
- horn in
- jump/climb/get on the bandwagon idiom
- stick your snoot in/into (sth) idiom