• INTERFERE, to intervene, come in the way [v]
  • Prevent (a process or activity) from continuing or being carried out properly
  • (of a thing) Strike against (something) when working; get in the way of
  • Handle or adjust (something) without permission, esp. so as to cause damage
  • INTERFERE [v]
  • Attempt to bribe or intimidate (a witness)
  • Take part or intervene in an activity without invitation or necessity
  • (of light or other electromagnetic waveforms) Mutually act upon each other and produce interference
  • Cause interference to a broadcast radio signal
  • Sexually molest or assault (someone, esp. a child or young person) (used euphemistically)
  • (of a horse) Knock one foot against the fetlock of another leg