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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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The Horning family is actively involved in conservation and land restoration, as well as various real estate investments primarily located in California and Hawaii.
Morita and the Horning Group are negotiating with Chris Ryman, president of Booth Creek Ski Holdings, the current Telski management group, on their continued management involvement.