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verb [no object]
) prevent (a process or activity) from continuing or being carried out properly:a job would interfere with his studies
(of a thing) strike against (something) when working; get in the way of:the rotors are widely separated and do not interfere with one another handle or adjust (something) without permission, especially so as to cause damage:he admitted interfering with a van Law attempt to bribe or intimidate (a witness). 2take part or intervene in an activity without invitation or necessity:she tried not to interfere in her children’s lives 3 Physics (of light or other electromagnetic waveforms) mutually act upon each other and produce interference:light pulses interfere constructively in a fiber to emit a pulse cause interference to a broadcast radio signal. 4
) British sexually molest or assault (someone, especially a child or young person) (used euphemistically).
5(of a horse) knock one foot against the fetlock of another leg.