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barge in

phrasal verb with barge uk   /bɑːdʒ/  us   /bɑːrdʒ/ verb [I or T, usually + adv/prep]
to walk into a room quickly, without being invited: I wish he'd knock instead of just barging in. She barged in on me when I was in the bathroom. Suddenly two men barged in to the room. UK informal to interrupt rudely: Sorry to barge in, but I couldn't help overhearing what you were saying.
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in Chinese (Traditional) (粗魯地)打斷,插話…
in Chinese (Simplified) (粗鲁地)打断,插话…
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