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horn in

To intrude on someone or something. Please don't try to horn in on my phone conversations—they're none of your business.
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horn in on (something)

To join something when one is unwelcome; to intrude or encroach. Ugh, my little brother keeps horning in on all the things I try to do with my friends.
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horn in (on something)

Fig. to attempt to participate in something without invitation or consent. Are you trying to horn in on my conversation with Sally? I hope you are not trying to horn in on our party.
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horn in (on something)

Fig. to attempt to participate in something without invitation or consent. Are you trying to horn in on my conversation with Sally? I hope you are not trying to horn in on our party.
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horn in

v.
To join without being invited; intrude: The new supervisor horned in on the discussion. We were talking privately when a coworker came over and horned in.
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1 -- color -- ran in AV edition only) Avid motorcyclist Jodi Horning takes a corner Sunday at Willow Springs International Raceway in Rosamond.
At right, Jodi Horning cradles daughter Alyssa, 2 1/2 months, between laps with Code's advanced class Sunday.