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meddle

verb [I]
 
 
/ˈmedl/
to try to influence people or change things that are not your responsibility
işine karışmak, burnunu sokmak, müdahale etmek
He's always meddling in other people's business.Preventing and impedingLimiting and restrictingAffecting and influencingGetting involved for one's own benefit or against others' willTaking part and getting involved
Translations of “meddle”
in Arabic يَتطَفّل…
in Korean 간섭하다…
in Malaysian masuk campur…
in French s’ingérer…
in Italian impicciarsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 干涉,幹預, 管閒事…
in Russian вмешиваться…
in Polish wtrącać się, mieszać się…
in Vietnamese xen vào…
in Spanish entrometerse…
in Portuguese intrometer-se, meter-se, mexer…
in Thai ก้าวก่าย…
in German sich einmischen…
in Catalan ficar-se, entremetre’s…
in Japanese (人のことに)口を出す…
in Indonesian ikut campur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 干涉,干预, 管闲事…
(Definition of meddle from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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