- 1 (get involved) to interfere (
insth) entrometerse or inmiscuirse* or interferir* ( enalgo) she started interfering, as usual empezó a entrometerse, como de costumbre the minister didn't interfere la ministra no se inmiscuyó or no interfirióMore example sentences
- But she'd promised herself she'd never interfere in a situation like that - and she didn't.
- We've interfered in their lives, their economies and everything, and now because it suits, we say that we cannot interfere in their internal affairs.
- The relevant people should not make a fuss and should not interfere in business deals for political reasons.
- 2 2.1 (disrupt) to interfere
withsth afectar ( a) algo as long as it doesn't interfere with your studies mientras no afecte (a) tus estudios don't interfere with me when I'm working (AmE) no me estorbes cuando estoy trabajando 2.2 (tamper) to interfere withsth tocar* algo the lock had clearly been interfered with era obvio que alguien había tocado or [familiar/colloquial] andado con la cerradura 2.3 [Rad] [Telec] to interfere withsth interferir* algoMore example sentences
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- Paper items are considered easier to tag because the products don't interfere as much with radio waves.
- I used to listen to John Peel in the late seventies and early eighties when radio one was still on AM only and you had to tune it exactly or you got Radio Moscow interfering.
- Satellite engineers also designed antennas that did not interfere with systems orbiting nearby and recommended adequate separation between satellites to prevent signals from interfering.
- Many universities report that they instituted the zones to protect free speech rights and prevent demonstrations from interfering with other campus activities.
- This means the members' hockey activities do not interfere with their jobs or education.
- This will prevent other processes from interfering with our server while it is actually in the process of delivering a page.
- 3 [Sport] 3.1 (in US football) to interfere
withsb hacerle* interferencia aalgn 3.2 (in races) to interfere withsb obstaculizar* a algnMore example sentences
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- Something I found curious was the fact that to fit in some audio headers where the PCI slots were to be placed, and to stop the cards from interfering with the header, the pins were bent at a 90 degree angle.
- Differential pairs have to be used, and that means having to add shielding around the pins and often using extra pins to provide round planes to stop the signals interfering with each other through crosstalk at these speeds.
- The developers must also determine how to control magnetic fields in each memory cell, to stop the fields from interfering with their neighbors and creating errors.
- This year alone he has been charged with arson, criminal damage, interfering with a car and two counts of common assault.
- The teenager must not interfere with, damage or take without consent any vehicle or any other property.
- She was arrested and charged with criminal damage, assault, interfering with motor vehicles, aggravated trespass and harassment, and causing alarm and distress.
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The RAE (Real Academia de la Lengua Española) is a body established in the eighteenth century to record and preserve the Spanish language. It is made up of académicos, who are normally well-known literary figures and/or academic experts on the Spanish language. The RAE publishes the Diccionario de la Real Academia Española, which is regarded as an authority on correct Spanish. Affiliated academies exist in Latin American countries.